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Abelson, Donald (2012) Book review: think tank: the story of the Adam Smith Institute, by Madsen Pirie. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Adam, Stuart and Browne, James (2012) Councils face a difficult task to replace council tax benefit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Adam, Stuart, Browne, James and Johnson, Paul (2012) Late changes to Council Tax Benefit reforms would create considerable complexity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Adamson, Paul (2011) Recent events in Europe and the Middle East have challenged the coalition government to revisit its engagement with Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Ahlfeldt, Gabriel M. (2012) Conservation areas may solve a form of prisoners dilemma as all local homeowners are required to maintain their property making everyone better off. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Ahlfeldt, Gabriel M. (2010) The economic benefits of high speed rail in Europe can now be demonstrated beyond doubt. Now the UK should consider investing in HSR as well. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Ainley, Patrick and Allen, Martin (2012) Education is losing its validity as a way forward for the younger generations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Alemanno, Alberto (2012) The EU’s Tobacco Products Directive seeks to ‘nudge’ citizens whilst preserving individual choice about smoking. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Alexander, Titus (2012) Reforming the House of Lords from the bottom up could include Citizens’ Policy Forums. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Allbeson, Janet (2012) Cost considerations seem to have trumped the building of an effective child maintenance system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Allen, Graham (2011) The Government must be held to its promise to “enshrine in law for the future the necessity of consulting Parliament on military action”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Allen, Nicholas (2012) The representation of LibDems in the cabinet committee system evinces a greater role for the party in policy making across government than might have otherwise have been supposed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Allen, Peter (2012) Career politicians are elected young, promoted quickly and dominate the highest offices of state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Allen, Rebecca and Burgess, Simon (2011) Free Schools may not act as a spur to higher standards, but could become incubators for radical new teaching ideas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Allen, Rob (2013) If titan prisons are back on the agenda, we must know more about the one we already have. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Allen, Rob (2012) Without a pause in UK justice reforms there is a risk that enormous damage will be done to the day-to-day functioning of criminal justice in England and Wales. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Allen, Rob (2012) A commitment to remove under 18’s from prison and a plan to develop more appropriate community based arrangements would be a truly radical step for criminal justice in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Allen, Tim and Parker, Melissa (2012) Increased funding for combatting neglected tropical diseases will not alone make poverty history. The specific contexts of affected areas must be better understood and existing problems dealt with. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Altmann, Ros (2012) Average household incomes for UK pensioners are reducing each year due to harmful government reforms and the Bank of England’s monetary policies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Alvaro, Alexander (2012) Five minutes with Alexander Alvaro: “Compared to a decade ago, we have become ‘transparent citizens’”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (09 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Anderton, Karen (2012) Olympic transport challenge: London may not be able to withstand up to 3 million more transport users a day. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Annesley, Claire and Bennett, Fran (2011) Universal Credit may reinforce the traditional ‘male breadwinner’ model and affect many women’s access to an income. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Annesley, Claire and Gains, Francesca (2012) Gender equality policy despite the recession? Only with pressure from outside government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Anstead, Nick (2012) Voter Advice Applications give the increasingly non-partisan electorate the means to choose the right political match. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Anstead, Nick (2011) We should beware the rhetoric of ‘tough talking’ politicians – they almost certainly have an agenda. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Anstead, Nick (2011) The relationship between politics and the media has changed significantly since our last coalition government: we now need to ask more from politicians and their manifestoes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Anstead, Nick and O’Loughlin, Ben (2011) In the 2010 election, the online space was seen as a battleground to be fought over. In future elections it could be used as a method for better understanding the public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Anstead, Nick and Straw, Will (2010) Two years on, does Obama’s election win still hold lessons for Ed Miliband’s Labour party, in austerity Britain? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Anthony, Helen (2012) Libel cases should be settled on their merits, and not according to the size of litigants’ bank accounts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Archer, Robin (2012) The Australian experience shows how an elected House of Lords may present a democratic dilemma. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Archer, Robin (2010) How to lead the Labour party: it’s not only about winning office, but about defining the political spectrum and reshaping British society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Archer, Robin (2011) The legitimacy of capitalism is again in doubt: Labour could use this opportunity to achieve real social and economic change by drawing on strength from outside of parliament as well as from within. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Assi, Nima Khorrami (2011) Elections, mass media and short-termism in foreign policy making: the case of Afghan war. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Assi, Nima Khorrami (2011) Keeping 16,000 police on the streets of London is an unsustainable strategy. Government should give serious consideration to turning ‘good gangs’ into voluntary neighborhood officers under police supervision. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Assi, Nima Khorrami (2011) Rather than pursuing a programme of direct involvement, Britain should seek a low profile in Yemen and encourage other Arab states to use their ‘soft power’ to encourage political and economic reforms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Atkins, Judi (2012) Mending "broken Britain": from the respect agenda to the big society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Atkins, Judi and Finlayson, Alan (2012) Show – don’t tell: political rhetoric is increasingly anecdotal but not particularly artful. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Atkinson, Tony (2012) In the ‘Europe 2020 Agenda’ the EU has a strategic plan to build a smart, sustainable and inclusive economy. Looking past current crises, we should re-focus on these long term goals. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

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Baker, John (2011) The House of Lords is an effective safeguard against absolutism and improper legislation. The government should not force through reforms that would reduce the independence of its members. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2012) Britain leaving the EU is now a serious possibility. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2011) The Conservative party’s devotion to Thatcher’s legacy may be blinding it to new and innovative solutions to current problems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2013) Don’t expect too much: what can Conservative experience tell us about how much Labour will change before the next election? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2011) Nick Clegg’s proposed reforms to the House of Lords is a solution seeking a problem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2012) There exists a disjunction between Tory preoccupations in Birmingham and the more fundamental challenges the party actually faces. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2012) An analysis of the Conservatives since 1945 provides insight into what drives a political party to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2012) An analysis of the Conservatives since 1945 provides insight into what drives a political party to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Bale, Tim (2012) The coalition is at least as likely to end up shipwrecked as it is to sail through, or at least stay afloat, until 2015. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Ball, Michael, Barker, Kate, Cheshire, Paul, Evans, Alan, Fernández Arrigoitia, Melissa, Gordon, Ian, Holman, Nancy, Leunig, Tim, Mace, Alan, Meen, Geoff, Monk, Sarah, Overman, Henry G., Power, Anne, Scanlon, Kathleen, Rode, Philipp, Tonkiss, Fran, Travers, Tony and Whitehead, Christine M E (2011) The government’s planned National Planning Policy Framework is a step in the right direction, but policy makers must ensure they get the incentives right, and that decisions are made locally. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Ball, Mog (2012) Book review: providing a Sure Start: how government discovered early childhood by Naomi Eisenstadt. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Bance, Antonia (2012) While the Living Wage is hugely important, it is not enough on its own to guarantee someone a life free of poverty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Barker, Rodney (2010) First debate: what our experts said. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Barker, Rodney (2012) For a society to be truly ‘big’ it must have universal dimensions which sustain and cultivate solidarity and equality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Barker, Rodney (2010) Red Tories, cameronians, and capitalism for the workers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Barker, Rodney (2010) The perils of electoral success. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Barker, Rodney (2011) The summer’s riots and the Occupy movement are both protests against, and a rejection of, an economy that is no longer working for most ordinary citizens. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Barnes-Dacey, Julien (2012) Europe is struggling to play a meaningful role in the Syria crisis. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Barnett, Anthony (2010) The coalition government is introducing major constitutional changes but does not have a coherent overall constitutional strategy. The results will not provide a stable basis either for British liberties, democracy or its constitution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2010) Hard choices in UK public policy: fees harm access – a case of pub economics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2010) Retirement age – a good news story. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2010) A properly designed ‘graduate contribution’ could work well for UK students and higher education: even though the original ‘graduate tax’ proposal is a terrible idea. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Barr, Nicholas (2011) The recommendations of the Hutton Report will protect workers and pensioners, but we must come to terms with retiring later. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Bartlett, Jamie (2011) The cocktail of factors which promote violent radicalization presents an opportunity to build sensible policy-making. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2012) Another hung parliament? The difference between a Labour or Conservative Government in 2015 may come down to a handful of Midlands’ votes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2011) Despite Labour’s convincing victory in the Feltham and Heston by-election, there is no strong trend in the party’s favour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2010) Do Turkeys vote for Christmas?: yes, when it comes to Liberal Democrat MPs and the boundary review for Westminster constituencies: Nick Clegg’s party will lose a fifth of all its MPs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2011) The Inverclyde by-election is business as usual for Scottish voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2013) There was more to George Galloway’s triumph in the Bradford West by-election than celebrity politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2011) The boundary commission for England has been unnecessarily radical in its proposals, often ignoring local government boundaries. New constituencies may lack community cohesion and local loyalty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2011) The proposed constituency boundary changes will hurt the Liberal Democrats and not help the Tories much either. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Baston, Lewis (2012) The results of the Bradford West by-election indicate that something clearly went wrong with the Labour campaign, and that there is a political space for populists like Galloway. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) After the election – the Liberal Democrats’ position. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) Can Clarke square the circle of reforming criminal justice while also cutting costs by a quarter, by getting 20,000 people out of jail? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2013) Local prisons improve rehabilitation outcomes by 3 to 4 per cent in 5 years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2013) Oakwood prison failure should serve as a lesson to government on how not to do radical reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2013) Payment by results in the prison system – challenges of calibrating success and failure. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2013) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) Politics and pragmatics in managing the prison population. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2013) Prison: the facts…the values…and the grey areas of management discretion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2013) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2011) Revelations of dysfunctional governance in Wandsworth Prison are a reflection of the precariousness of bureaucratic arrangements throughout the public sector and their potential to unravel. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) Step up Ken Clarke, pragmatist, cigar smoker, and prison reformer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2012) Suspending UK border security checks: how chronic capacity stress becomes crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2013) The case for market testing our prisons. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) A note on electoral constituency boundaries. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Bastow, Simon (2010) The ‘rehabilitation revolution’ in the England and Wales prison system will be slow and uncertain. But small, low-cost measures can lead in the right direction. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Bates, Richard (2012) The emergence of social technologies and collaborative consumption could work to our collective advantage in the age of austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Battison, Robert (2012) Attempting to create scientific and objective tests to measure national wellbeing may be less effective than just asking people how happy they feel. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Baumberg, Ben (2011) The big picture of inequality in Britain: tackling inequality requires us to see both specific injustices and wider underlying forces. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Baumberg, Paul, Bell, Kate and Gaffney, Declan (2012) While benefits stigma is undoubtedly pervasive across society, its nature and origins tend to be profoundly misconstrued. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Bax, Alex (2011) The London Pathway provides an integrated health service response for the homeless and reinserts a sense of compassion into the treatment of some of the most excluded people in our society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Bear, Daniel (2011) The Home Office’s new online Crime Map is a step forward in providing the public with information, but it ignores the role of the police, oversimplifies vastly different types of offences and belies crime’s downward trend in recent years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Bear, Daniel (2012) The distorted measurements of drugs policy risk harming the community. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Adam Boulton: here comes the election storm. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) After years of false debate from Eurosceptics and Europhiles alike, today’s ‘VE Day’ moment may mean that a real discussion about the UK’s role in Europe can now begin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The BBC, Savile, Panorama and Newsnight: closed system, closed minds? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Brown and the ‘bigoted woman’: the control freak caught out. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Brown at Leveson: the politicisation of the press. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2013) Can journalism count as an academic research output? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Can you bust the media drug myths? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Can you report tactical voting in a balanced way? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Did Ed’s first speech change the story? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Election ‘10: the media matters but which media? British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) How Labour will win with old TV and new media (says Douglas Alexander). British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) How do you report a hung parliament? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Is this how history isn’t made? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) It’s beastly being Blair: lessons for political media from A journey. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Julian Assange: the unauthorised autobiography. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Life’s not fair: the public’s perception of cuts is what matters in the end. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) A Newscorp takeover of BSkyB will not significantly shift media power: blocking the deal could set a poor precedent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) The NoTW closure marks a massive moment in the balance between news media and authority. In a world where power is mediated so intensively, it is vital that the citizen has the right information and proper forums for open and fair debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) ‘Performance protests’ get the most attention but they are neither radical nor innovative. They may even focus attention away from more important campaigns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Politics as theatre: now let the real drama begin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) The Prime Minister’s salary is the size of Wales. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Process not policy: has the media ignored the issues for the X factor? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Revenge of the evil empire and why I’m backing Darth Vader: my case against statutory newspaper regulation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Saturday’s demonstrations showed the media’s difficulties in reporting the issues and the actions of a small group of protesters at the same time. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) ‘Social Mobility’ is now nonsense – especially in a time of cuts and income reduction. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) TV is the new media for this election: connecting people & politicians. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2011) Taming the feral beasts of the media requires greater transparency from government, but can Downing Street ever be honest? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) There is an immediate mess to be cleared up and then the BBC needs longer term restructuring. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Tonight a tv programme becomes the most important moment in British politics for 25 years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) What we’ve learnt from a weird week in politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) Who is to blame when Africa starves: media, governments or NGOs? British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2010) Wikileaks: an example of ‘new’ and ‘old’ media collaboration. But does freedom of expression trump diplomatic confidentiality? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie (2012) The art of the impossible: Cameron and the reshuffle. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Beckett, Charlie, Cammaerts, Bart, Carrera, Leandro N. and Leunig, Tim (2011) All change in the UK’s welfare state?: first thoughts on what policy commitments should go, and which should not. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beetham, David (2011) The News International scandal is just the tip of the iceberg of unelected oligarchies and corporate power in Britain’s democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Beetham, David (2011) The Werritty affair shows that now, more than ever, we need a statutory register for lobbyists. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Beisbart, Claus and Bovens, Luc (2011) Equalising constituency sizes is likely to reduce the electoral bias in favour of Labour but only minimally so: much of the bias is likely to remain because it is due to other factors such as turnout and vote distribution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Bell, Brian (2011) Exorbitant CEO pay is linked to firm performance: but CEOs are rewarded more for good performance than they are punished for failure. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Bell, Brian (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: bankers’ bonuses. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Bell, Kate (2012) Making a contribution: social security for the future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Bell, Kate and Brewer, Mike (2012) Changes to the Working Tax Credit may not always make work pay and raise serious questions about fairness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Bell, Kate and Smerdon, Matthew (2011) Targets and tight budgets put pressure on the public’s relationship with public services. Government must take advantage of the ‘Deep Value’ of effective human relationships in service delivery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Bell, Kate and Strelitz, Jason (2011) Government focus on ‘the poor’ has failed to recognize that those above and below the poverty line have similar problems of low pay and inequality: tackling poverty means improving working conditions and job security for all. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Bennett, Bob (2012) Modern chambers of commerce need more fire in the belly in their relationships with government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Benneworth, Paul (2012) England’s regional campaigners need a new message, not just new platforms to advocate elected regional assemblies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Beresford, Peter (2011) User-led service providers need more support from the Government if its commitment to ‘independent living’ for disabled people is to be achieved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Bernal, Paul (2012) 2012: a pivotal year for privacy? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Bernal, Paul (2012) All three major political parties are deeply conflicted over the politics of privacy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Bernal, Paul (2013) The fallout from the McAlpine saga threatens the role of Twitter in public life. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Berry, Craig (2011) As UK society ages, ‘nudging’ older people to self-regulate the way they drive may improve road safety and improve their wellbeing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Berry, Craig (2012) Cohort size matters: democracy is in danger as young people’s disenfranchisement accelerates. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Berry, Craig and Sinclair, David (2011) Council Tax Benefit reforms will pitch young against old, as well as poor against poor. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Besley, Timothy (2011) Plan B is the wrong rhetoric, but the Treasury must spell out a strategic vision for the UK’s economic growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Besley, Timothy and Van Reenen, John (2013) Investing in UK prosperity: skills, infrastructure and innovation can get us out of the current stasis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Bichard, Michael (2011) In austere Britain, design has the potential to inspire innovation, improve quality, and encourage collaboration in public service provision. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Birch, Jules (2012) New laws against squatting amount to a draconian crackdown while no measures are taken against property owners who leave homes empty during a housing crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Blake, Simon (2013) Two steps forward, three steps back – the current state of sex and relationships education in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2012) Constitutional issues could be more satisfactorily handled outside of the Parliamentary framework. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2011) Fox could have made Werrity a Special Adviser but he chose not to, thereby keeping his role informal and less constrained. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew (2012) The controversy over Civil Service accountability is symptomatic of an unstable constitution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew and Jones, George W. (2010) Coalition government has created a new balance of power at the centre of UK government (but that shouldn’t be a surprise). British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew and Jones, George W. (2011) Sir Gus O’Donnell’s coming departure as cabinet secretary and head of the civil service marks a reconfiguration at the centre of Whitehall that will enhance collective responsibility at the heart of government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Blick, Andrew and Jones, George W. (2010) The UK premiership after the 2010 election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Blog Admin, British Politics and Policy at LSE (2012) Debating environmental policy: download the BPP ecollection. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Blog Admin, British Politics and Policy at LSE (2012) Olympic reading list: everything you need to know about the history, legacy and risk of the Games. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Bloom, Nicholas (2012) Policy uncertainty is threatening economic recovery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Bloom, Nick, Sadun, Raffaella and Van Reenen, John (2011) Keeping family-owned firms family-run from one generation to the next can be bad for business. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Blunkett, David (2012) Faith in democratic institutions has fallen to dangerously low levels at a time when we need democracy more than ever. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Blyth, Mark (2012) Five minutes with Mark Blyth: “Turn it into things people can understand, let go of the academese, and people will engage”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Boardman, Faith (2011) A year into the coalition, the new policy landscape means that local authorities and public services face greater risks and uncertainty, and will have to learn new skills in order to drive practical solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Booth, Philip (2012) An explicit UK policy for a lower exchange rate will not boost economic growth as some have suggested. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Francoise (2011) Alex Salmond would be wise to study Quebec’s travels down the road to independence. So far, that road has led nowhere. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Francoise (2010) Can Anglo-French military cooperation fill the gaps of the Strategic Defence Review? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Francoise (2012) David Cameron is applying lessons from his party's history in the Conservatives' 'Euro War'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Francoise (2010) Once you recognize that coalition government is a European norm, and is likely to endure in the UK, further changes in British party politics (such as electoral pacts) look quite feasible. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Françoise (2012) Canada’s ‘constitutional war’ with Quebec over its sovereignty suggests that any campaign for Scottish independence will be long and attritional. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Françoise (2010) The conservatives’ arguments against electoral reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Bouçek, Françoise, Jones, George W., Wilks-Heeg, Stuart, Travers, Tony, Beckett, Charlie, Hosein, Gus, Carrera, Leandro N. and Leunig, Tim (2010) LSE election experts reflect on the election result. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Bowen, Alex (2012) Without better communication governments risk losing public support for carbon taxes and emissions trading. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Bowen, Alex and Fankhauser, Samuel (2011) ‘Green Growth’ is an attractive concept for analysts and policy makers alike, but to be effective it must be backed up by effective collective action, not spin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Bowman, Andrew, Erturk, Ismail, Froud, Julie, Johal, Sukdev, Law, John, Leaver, Adam, Moran, Michael and Williams, Karel (2012) Banking on change?: we need strong political action to break the financial industry’s stranglehold on politics and promote the common good. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Boyle, Sean (2011) The NHS is a shining example of what can be achieved under a publicly tax-funded service. The pause in the review should become permanent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Boyle, Sean (2011) PFI in the NHS did not deliver value for money under Labour. It is unlikely to do so in the future under the Conservatives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Bracke, Philippe (2011) UK house prices are likely to continue to decline for some time. However, planning regulations should not impede the urgent expansion of housing supply. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Bradley, Laura (2011) Legal aid reforms may leave welfare, employment and health disputes unresolved and actually increase the demand for court and tribunal hearings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Brady, David (2012) Latent coalitions for egalitarianism may be dormant in Britain, but they are a sleeping giant. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Brahimi, Alia (2011) Al Qaeda’s renewed focus on inflicting terrorist atrocities on British soil reflects a pervasive weakness in their strategy as their legitimating logic threatens to unravel. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Bratton, William J. (2011) The riots and phone hacking saga remind us how fragile public confidence in government and corporations has become. Greater leadership, transparency and accountability are the first steps towards regaining this trust. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Breda, Thomas (2012) Gender differences in educational outcomes are disappearing and yet there remains a gender gap in science. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Brenton, Tony (2012) Five minutes with Sir Tony Brenton: “In twenty years’ time Russia won’t be perfect, but it will be a great deal closer to what Europe can regard as good neighbour than it is now”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Brett, William (2012) Call off the hounds: the virulent strain of anti-politics in British journalism is becoming a serious problem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Briggs, Rachel and Goodwin, Matthew (2012) We need a better understanding of what drives right-wing extremist violence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Brighton, Paul (2013) Book review: Al Jazeera English: global news in a changing world. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Brookes, Stephen (2012) Police and Crime Commissioners are likely to be constrained by the need to swear allegiance to a political party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Brooks, Rachel (2012) The new tuition fees regime is radically transforming patterns of student mobility within Higher Education. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Brooks, Thom (2011) The academic community agree that political campaign slogans such as the Big Society have no place in research council delivery plans: the AHRC must act now. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Broughton, Nida (2012) Flexible labour markets: what do SMEs actually want? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2012) 2012 may bring a reversal by the government on the deregulation of the UK’s media. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2011) Government is investing in digital TV for local stations, but this will become quickly obsolete: internet TV offers a way for local stations to deliver content in a cheaper, non-linear, and interactive way. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2011) New proposals for local TV may mean that new stations will be ill-equipped to protect their own independence, and to play a positive democratic role. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2011) The US experience suggests that the government’s plans for local TV are unsustainable and will not lead to a new wave of locally based broadcasters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Broughton Micova, Sally (2011) The government’s plans for local TV puts too much of an onus on these stations to provide content for the national networks: local TV should focus on local issues. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Adam (2010) Secret affairs with radical Islam: why Britain’s covert foreign policy needs to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2010) Can only front line service cuts save Defence expenditure? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2012) Difficult decisions lie ahead over Syria. But these decisions are mainly for the Turkish leadership rather than the British Cabinet. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2011) In its delivery of new aircraft carriers, the MoD has sacrificed short term affordability for long term value for money, a decision that may also leave the UK with a reduced defence capability. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2010) Memo to William Hague. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2010) Putting Trident on the block will show that Cameron is serious about spending cuts: cancellation is now a real possibility. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2011) Recent actions in Libya show that ‘liberal interventionism’ to support the human rights of civilians is not exempt from politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2010) Scrapping or replacing Trident? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2011) The Strategic Defence Review is an incoherent mess of stalled (but unresolved) decision making: it creates future problems that will not go away. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2011) While the UK and Europe can be proud of their role in Libya, there was a dependence on US support and this cannot be relied upon in future conflicts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2010) While the economic impetus for cooperation has never been greater the new Anglo-France Defence Treaty falls short of ‘landmark’ status. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2011) The Wikileaks saga has revealed a souring of the US/UK ‘special relationship’, and this foreign policy distance looks set to stay. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Brown, Chris (2012) A weak economy in 2012 threatens Britain’s ability to respond to the ‘knowns’ and ‘unknowns’ of foreign policy and defence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Brown, Jennifer (2012) We must deal with police abuse of the promise to protect and serve. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Brown, Jennifer and Bear, Daniel (2012) Women police officers may lose equality gains with the current police reform programme. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Bryson, Valerie (2012) As austerity measures begin to take full effect, the gap between the Conservative party’s ‘woman-friendly’ rhetoric and reality will become more apparent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Buller, Jim and James, Toby (2012) Measures of Prime Ministerial performance indicate Tony Blair was a great leader but voters do not seem to be assessing him as kindly. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Bunker, Kenneth (2011) Book review: how to tell your SMP from your PR in the debate on electoral reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Bunt, Laura (2012) Innovations in decommissioning public services could play a key role in building a more strategic and productive welfare state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Burchardt, Tania (2011) The coalition says its spending cuts will lead to a ‘fairer Britain’, but the evidence points to a widening inequality gap in coming years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Burdett, Richard (2012) The London olympics: making a piece of city. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Burdett, Ricky (2012) Chobham Harris Academy: the lynch-pin of London’s Olympic legacy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Burdsey, Daniel (2012) Preventing racism at Euro 2012 is not just the responsibility of Poland and the Ukraine. UEFA must take a harder line. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Burrows, Andy (2012) Government’s plan to transform the Post Office network must be partnered with improvements in service standards if it is to succeed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Burrows, Roger (2013) Life in the ‘alpha territory’: investigating London’s ‘super-rich’ neighbourhoods. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Burton, Guy (2011) Should the government decide to abstain from the UN vote on Palestinian statehood, it will serve to perpetuate a moribund peace process and further marginalise the UK in Middle Eastern affairs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Butterworth, John (2012) Competition and market-forces exert a downward pressure on the breadth and rigour of 16-plus education. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

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Cake, Carey and Cooper, Kirstin (2011) Restorative approaches can make a difference in the relationship between local government bodies and the communities they serve. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Calel, Raphael and Dechezlepretre, Antoine (2012) Low-carbon innovation is up, but not because of the EU Emissions Trading Scheme. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Both right and left-wing media gave a platform to the more militant voices in the recent student protests. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) Britain’s trade unions will probably not spearhead a new winter of discontent, yet: their public standing remains too fragile. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Cameron’s self-imposed isolation is of little surprise given the history of the UK’s troubled relationship with Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Coulson had to go: now the ethical dimension of political communication must be restored. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) Do banking disasters reflect rotten apples – or a rotten basket? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2012) The Government’s recent sidelining of the House of Lords highlights the absolute irrelevance of the institution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) How far is too far in public-private cooperation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2012) Labour must challenge the conventional wisdom of neo-liberalism and articulate an alternative to Austerity Britain where the state plays a positive role in delivering growth and raising living standards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2012) Party financing scandals have created the perception that influence can be bought. Reforming the system is unlikely as both parties benefit from the status quo. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Rubber bullets, moralisation and the ‘full force of the law’ will not quell the high degree of civil unrest in this country. The causes of these tensions must be tackled head on. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2013) Tax avoidance is the current front line in the struggle for a new politics of redistribution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2013) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) There is a thin line between privacy and secrecy, and increasingly only the famous and wealthy can afford to have their privacy protected when it suits them: the UK needs a proper privacy law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Wapping-gate exposes serious questions about the ethics of UK journalism and the collusion of media, politics and security forces. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) Who is human and who is not? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2013) Why the Daily Mail was wrong to attack Ralph Miliband. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) Young people are being short-changed by political elites and the economic system: it is no wonder they are so angry. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) The coalition’s policy of forced labour for the unemployed is manifestly unfair, and will cost the state more. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2013) The conservatives are out of touch with the renewed politics of redistribution. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2013) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2010) The costs of the UK’s ‘wolf pack’ media system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart (2011) The royal wedding reminds us that hereditary principle is alive and well in the UK: property rights and control over land remain firmly with royals and the aristocracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Cammaerts, Bart and Meng, Bingchun (2011) The government’s new Digital Economy Act will do little to prevent file sharing – the music industry must continue to innovate online if it is to survive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Campbell, Rosie and Childs, Sarah (2012) Quota rules would be more effective than proportional representation in moving towards greater gender equality in the Commons. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Campbell, Rosie, Childs, Sarah and Evans, Elizabeth (2012) Cameron’s (and politics’) ‘woman problem’ is not something to be ‘managed’ but to be solved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Campbell-Savours, Dale (2011) By so far refusing to negotiate meaningfully on reorganizing Westminster constituencies, the government is threatening its own AV referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Campbell-Savours, Dale (2011) The House of Lords amendment requiring that 40 per cent of people take part in the AV referendum is just the latest blow to the government's strategy of enacting constitutional change with no consensus and no evidence-base. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Carr-West, Jonathan (2012) Local government finance reform will create winners and losers but could help engage communities and strengthen democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2011) The CSR and its impact on pensions: will we have to work longer for less? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) High fees in UK pension plans can cost thousands: we need to look to Europe to find better ways of managing pensions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) How are pensions changing in the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) Making public sector pensions less generous. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. (2011) Unpacking the Hutton report recommendations: what the future holds for public sector pensions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N., Chant, Sylvia and Cherti, Myriam (2012) Evidence from New Zealand suggests that the government’s plan for auto-enrolment into workplace pensions may substantially affect participation rates and total savings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Carrera, Leandro N. and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Understanding public sector productivity – the LSE’s simple guide. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Carrigan, Mark Alexander (2013) By opening up a distinctive space between academic research and journalism, a thriving academic blogosphere mediates between them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Carrigan, Mark Alexander, Racz, Naomi and Gilson, Chris (2013) Launching a new collaboration: euroscepticism and the European project. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Caruana-Galizia, Paul (2010) Book review: what’s wrong with social policy and how to fix it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Cavanagh, Matt (2012) The UK’s unemployment problems are too complex to be reduced to simply blaming immigration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Cawston, Thomas (2012) The government should abolish Child Benefit and increase the Child Tax Credit for poorer families, saving billions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Chaney, Paul (2012) The territorialisation of public policy-making reflects differences in the way social needs for older people are identified and addressed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Chant, Sylvia (2011) The links between gender and poverty are over-simplified and under-problematised: a time of economic crisis is an opportune moment to re-think the ‘feminisation of poverty’ and address the ‘feminisation of responsibility’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Cheshire, Paul, Hilber, Christian A. L. and Kaplanis, Ioannis (2011) Our system of land use planning can often have damaging impacts on retail productivity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Child, Andrew (2012) There’s every reason to argue that it’s time to abolish the Monarchy: Britain can do so much better. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Childs, Sarah and Evans, Elizabeth (2012) The revived debate on abortion is not simply dog whistle politics, but a threat to women’s rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Childs, Sarah and Malley, Rosa (2011) Reforming when MPs work is not about making their lives easier, but ensuring the most effective balance between constituency and Parliamentary time. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Childs, Sarah and Webb, Paul (2011) The Prime Minister’s snubs to female MPs are a symptom of the Conservative party’s failure to ‘feminise’ politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) No matter the outcome of the phone hacking scandal, there will always be a deep seated relationship between politicians and the press, which will be very difficult to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) Oliver Letwin’s dumping of personal documents reminds us that the Data Protection Act is there to protect all of us. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) Rather than simply reading the rioters the Riot Act, we must ensure that lessons are learned from this week’s violence. A credible enquiry is essential. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) Super-injunctions about the sex lives of celebrities are not in the public interest: the law should not be used to argue privacy in these cases. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Choudhury, Barnie (2011) While the BBC is bloated in some parts, the desire by some to gut it may make us all poorer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Chowdry, Haroon, Dearden, Lorraine and Jin, Wenchao Michelle (2012) Reforms to higher education finance: the main ‘winner’ from the reforms is the taxpayer while the main ‘loser’ is the average graduate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Christensen, John (2012) Arguments linking a lower corporation tax to increased productivity and growth have no basis in reality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Christensen, Pia, Kraftl, Peter, Horton, John and Hadfield-Hill , Sophie (2013) Large-scale housing in the UK: learning the lessons of the (recent) past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Christiansen, Jesper (2012) Innovation can be used to renew the foundations of public legitimacy and build new kinds of public services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Clark, Alistair (2011) STV in Scotland shows us that voters can adapt to preferential voting systems – but political parties may take longer to fully grasp the new system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Clark, Alistair (2012) Scottish local elections in 2012 show that voters have understood the STV system and are not put-off by it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Clark, Alistair (2012) What might the Scottish local elections tell us about the state of Scottish party politics in the run up to the 2014 referendum on independence? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Clements, Ben (2012) Public attitudes on the gay marriage debate are divided along party lines. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Clements, Ben (2011) There is a gender gap in public opinion towards UK military intervention, with women less supportive of British action in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Clifton, Jonathan (2011) Gove’s insistence on good degrees won’t be enough to drive up teaching standards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Cockell, Merrick (2012) A more direct way of connecting places and Parliament is needed in order for service delivery to move into the 21st century. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Coiffait, Louis (2012) What does the future hold for the Higher Education system in England? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Coker, Christopher (2010) The conflict in Afghanistan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Colantonio, Andrea and Dixon, Tim (2011) By making ‘local’ and ‘more inclusive’ the focal point of our policies, we can achieve lasting social sustainability in our communities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Cole, Matt (2011) Nick Clegg’s performance at the Liberal Democrat party conference proves that he has won the match for now, but for this ‘government of two halves’, the season is a long one. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Cole, Matthew R. (2012) Little boy Clegg spots a gap in the coalition emperor’s new clothes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Cole, Matthew R. (2011) Today’s action is the largest since the General Strike: but unlike previous strikes, the public are ambivalent about the unions’ actions and negative about the government’s handling. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Collignon, Stefan (2011) Despite past criticisms, the European Central Bank has prevented a meltdown of EU banks and helped to stave off a global depression. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Collins, John (2012) Adding nuance to drug control: Britain shouldn’t be afraid to move away from the flailing international drug regime. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Collins, John (2013) Book review: fixing drugs: the politics of drug prohibition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Collins, Murray (2011) Book review: nuclear energy: what everyone needs to know. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Cominetti, Nye (2012) Current government measures for youth unemployment are inadequate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Conroy, Amanda (2011) If the government is serious about protecting women and girls, it should replace toothless internet parental control policies with the expansion of meaningful sex-education. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Conroy, Amanda (2012) Slammed by government cuts and sidelined by the occupy movements, women face an uphill battle to challenge patriarchy in 2012. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Convery, Alan (2012) The Prime Minister has no Scottish strategy and is at the mercy of events. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Cooper, Zack (2010) Hard choices: the general election and the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Cooper, Zack (2010) Hospital competition is good for patients, and for efficiency. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Cooper, Zack (2012) President Obama and Governor Romney have presented two radically different visions of healthcare reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Cooper, Zack, Gibbons, Stephen, Jones, Simon and McGuire, Alistair (2012) Economic studies showing positive competition effects on hospital performance fully controlled for the factors cited by recent critics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Copson, Andrew (2011) Bishops are symbols of religious privilege and discrimination. There is no place for them in a reformed House of Lords. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Corner, Adam (2012) Climate change scepticism is largely social and not scientific in nature. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Costa-Font, Joan, Jofre-Bonet, Mireia and Yen, Steven T. (2012) Non-monetary rewards could be used to incentivise blood donation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Costa-i-Font, Joan (2012) Does devolution bring welfare improvements? Evidence from Spain shows that giving Scotland and Wales the power to set speed limits might save lives across the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Costa-i-Font, Joan (2011) We can prevent the ‘crowding out’ of long term care insurance by family financing if government offers a level of provision that can then be topped up. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2011) Blog.

Costa-i-Font, Joan (2012) A better understanding of the behavioural constraints that people face will help policy makers to more effectively target public policy interventions that aim to change their actions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Costa-i-Font, Joan (2012) The centralisation of education funding and the new health reforms are inconsistent with localism and accountable government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Costa-i-Font, Joan, Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina and McGuire, Alistair (2011) While health inequalities may have declined under Labour, specific interventions have not had a significant impact. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 May 2011) Blog.

Costa-i-Font, Joan and Jofre-Bonet , Mireia (2012) Government intervention would be justified to prevent a potential epidemic of food disorders. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Costa-i-Font, Joan and Rudisill, Caroline (2011) A move to presumed consent would increase the number of organ donors and their willingness to donate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) As the culture of aggressive ambition no longer looks like a successful strategy for survival, we must come to terms with the fact that being ‘ordinary’ does not equate to failure. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) Book Review: capitalism, for and against: a feminist debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) In uncertain times, the social capital of group relationships in workplaces may be the key to growth and resilience. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2012) Introducing our latest ecollection: Resilience in the recession. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2012) Online whistleblowing is the real stuff of activism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2012) Resilience in the recession. British politics and policy at LSE ecollections, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) Rising job insecurity, victimisation, and bullying mean we are getting angrier at work. And so we should be – anger often leads to change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) We need to accept that work and society make a huge difference to our mental health: improvements to social policy and workplaces can make real and profound improvements to people’s external and internal lives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) Workplace resilience initiatives are on the increase in the current recession, but do they offer us a real way forward? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Cotton, Elizabeth (2011) The ongoing privatization of healthcare and the changing nature of employment relations mean that good psychological therapy is now only available to those who can afford it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2010) Book review: Keynes: the return of the master. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: everyday life in British government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: saving the ‘Celtic Tiger’ from extinction. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: strikes and stagflation see a return to 1970s Britain... but no space hoppers this time around. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: the Cameron Clegg Government: coalition politics in an age of austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: the Conservative party from Thatcher to Cameron. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: the East, the West and the Rest: how and why emerging economies are changing the world. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Book review: the strange non-death of neoliberalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) Deficit reduction is important, but it’s not the end of the story: if we are to achieve real long term growth, government must come up with creative solutions to overcome the institutional and productive constraints on the economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Coulter, Steve (2011) The more unions try to push Ed Miliband, the more he is likely to resist. The UK’s unions must become more adept at picking the battles they can actually win. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Cox, Ed (2011) BAE job losses highlight the weaknesses of the coalition’s growth strategy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Cox, Ed (2012) Labour activists in the North may have cause to celebrate. But localism and local democracy seem to be in a dangerous and parlous state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Cram, Ian (2012) The ‘war on terror’ on campus threatens important freedoms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2011) Cameron’s pandering to euroscepticism and the illusionary ‘national interest’ is a failure of leadership and leaves Britain in a lose-lose situation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2011) Deeper fiscal integration within the eurozone would significantly alter the concept of a two-speed Europe. George Osborne’s support signals an important U-turn in British policy on the EU. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2011) The EU’s war against credit rating agencies is symptomatic of a new struggle between politics and the market, but it also lays bare growing tensions in the European project and globalisation as a whole. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2011) It is no wonder that Cameron insisted on a 3-line whip: the alternatives proposed by the eurosceptics are unconvincing, unrealistic and fail to grasp just how the EU actually works. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2012) Labour has a problem that is rooted in the blatant weaknesses of Britain’s democratic system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2011) The current EU fatalism underestimates the resilience of the system, and a focus on personalities obscures the real imperative for organisational reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Cramme, Olaf (2011) The outcry over EU democratic legitimacy disguises a deeper crisis of capitalism in the liberal West. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Charles (2011) Book review: blind spots: why we fail to do what’s right and what to do about it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Charles (2011) Book review: electronic elections: the perils and promises of digital democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Charles (2011) Book review: gangster’s paradise: dodgy deals and smuggling scandals in international politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Charles (2011) Book review: the global grapevine: why rumours of terrorism, immigration and trade matter. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Charles (2011) Book review: the secret history of democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Charles (2011) Book review: why I’m right… and everyone else is wrong, by Tom Harris MP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Crawford, Rowena, Emmerson, Carl and Tetlow, Gemma (2012) Pensions for the masses: automatic enrolment should lead to a significant boost in pension coverage amongst private sector employees. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Creedon, Rory (2012) Book review: in defence of politicians (in spite of themselves) by Peter Riddell. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2012) The Conservatives in coalition: "how the Tories are opposing Miliband’s Labour Party". British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2012) The London Mayoral election will be won by the most effective orator – and this currently favours Boris Johnson. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew (2012) The rhetorical shift in Labour ideology could denote a return of socialist values to British politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Crines, Andrew S. (2012) In any walk of life effective communication relies on credibility, emotion, and logic. George Entwistle failed on each count. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Crone, Stephen (2011) Concerns about objectivity mean that there needs to be much more scrutiny of external appointments to government departmental boards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Crone, Stephen (2011) Contrary to recent assertions, the British political class is not becoming more exclusive to public school and Oxbridge types, but there has still been a remarkable resilience in the presence of the privileged in the post-war period. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Crone, Stephen and Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Just 50 ‘donor groups’ have supplied over half of the Conservative party’s declared donation income in the last decade, a fact disguised by legal ‘fame avoidance’ techniques. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Crosby, Liam (2013) The Prime Minister has the opportunity to lead on international development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Crossley, Thomas F., Emmerson, Carl and Leicester, Andrew (2012) Policy interventions designed to increase household savings rates should be based on high quality evidence of saving behaviour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Czerniawski, Stefan (2012) It is essential that we understand government transactions and how people interact with them if we are to improve services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

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D'Souza, Frances (2011) Expertise in the House of Lords is vital and supplied by the cross benchers: there is no democratic deficit and so elections are not needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Dalacoura, Katerina (2012) The on-going conflict in Syria presents a great challenge to proponents of human rights: a consensual strategy must be found that saves lives and prevents an escalation of violence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Danielsson, Jon (2012) European leaders have let their own hubris dominate their response to the Greek crisis. A total bailout of Greece would only cost the European Union 2 per cent of its GDP. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2012) Book review: the housing debate by Stuart Lowe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2011) Book review: understanding terrorist finance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2011) Book review: understanding the interpersonal dimension of gender and poverty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Datu, Kerwin (2014) Migration into London is spilling into towns outside the Green Belt. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2014) Blog Entry.

Davey, Caroline (2011) Child maintenance charges risk pushing those who need financial support the most out of the system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

David-Barrett, Liz (2011) All too often the revolving door between business and government can lead to ethical conflicts. A new statutory body to rule on appointments is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Davies, Ben (2011) Book review: ages of reform: dawns and downfalls of the British Left. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Davies, Ben (2011) Book review: inside the IRA: dissident republicans and the war for legitimacy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Davies, Simon, Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) How academic research has impact – but not always what the Minister wanted: the story of the LSE Identity Project. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Davies, William (2012) We are seeing the onset of a new logic of government, which promises to alleviate many of the symptoms and crises of our age. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Davies , Anne (2012) Tackling Euroscepticism: EU employment law is neither imposed on the UK from Brussels nor does it damage the country’s economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Davis, Juliet (2012) The impact of the Olympics: making or breaking communities in East London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Dawson, Barnaby (2011) A new Facebook app lets you test-drive the Alternative Vote, and aims to show young voters that voting for change in the May referendum makes sense. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Dean, Hartley (2011) Wage top-up schemes are an attractive way for policy makers to address income inequalities, but they may well be corrosive to those they are aiming to help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Dearlove, Rachel (2011) Book review: growing gaps: educational inequality around the world. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Dearlove, Rachel (2011) Book review: the price of freedom denied: religious persecution and conflict in the twenty-first century. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Dearlove, Rachel (2011) Book review: unlocking the gates: how and why leading universities are opening access to their courses. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Dechezlepretre, Antoine and Glachant, Matthieu (2012) The rapid growth of wind power is a model of successful public policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Dellot, Benedict (2012) Civil servants are leaving the public sector in droves, highlighting the increasingly troublesome relationship between the executive and the ‘machinery of government’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Dellot, Benedict (2012) We must learn to live with the informal economy; with the notion that informality may be a legitimate state in which to temporarily operate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Derounian, James (2011) Parish, town and community councils are genuinely democratic vehicles for translating fine words about localism into reality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Derounian, James (2012) There is a woeful lack of affordable homes in rural areas: greater leadership from local authorities to encourage more locally-initiated sustainable development may offer a first step towards more affordable homes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Dewan, Torun (2011) Fox’s delayed decision to jump reflects his ‘first offence’ status – and perhaps Cameron’s anxiety not to deplete the Cabinet’s ‘talent pool’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Diamond, Patrick and Jaffer , Nabeelah (2012) Politicians who genuinely seek to build trust between communities and in the political system will get nowhere by casting immigration as a threat. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Dixon, Anna (2012) The Health and Social Care Bill is now law, but its implementation will be fraught with challenges. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Dixon, Jennifer (2012) Does telehealth reduce hospital costs? Six points to ponder. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Dixon, Jennifer (2012) Sweating public support on the future of the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Doane, Deborah (2011) The huge success of Fairtrade products in the UK represents a grass-roots response to market failure, but the ethical label must not be afraid to ask for more policy changes that would benefit all. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolan, Paul (2011) We can use nudges to construct our ‘choice environment’ to improve wellbeing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolan, Paul (2011) The behavioural insights team’s report on energy use is good first step, but there are still concerns about compensating behaviours, experimental design and the quality of evidence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2011) The Bank of England has failed to achieve the 2% inflation rate and its forecasting has been ill-judged. However, its stance on interest rates is entirely justified given the parlous state of the UK’s domestic economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2011) Budget 2011: A budget lacking in ambition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2011) If the economic outlook continues to worsen, George Osborne will have to relax the pace of deficit reduction and take measures to increase demand in the economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2012) Translating new economic thinking into public policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Dolphin, Tony (2011) With an easing of fiscal policy off the cards, George Osborne’s only hope for growth may lie with another round of quantitative easing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Dommett, Katharine (2012) The Tories have dominated the policy agenda and delivered on their ideology much more successfully than the Lib Dems in coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Donoghue, Matthew (2012) We need a minimum standard of living for all citizens if we wish to achieve community cohesion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Dorey, Pete (2012) Contemplating euthanasia?: the Conservatives and Europe in 2012. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Douglas, Gillian and Sandberg, Russell (2011) Religious courts provide a useful service for those whose faith they represent but they are in no way replacing civil law in the area of marriage and divorce. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Draca, Mirko (2011) Evidence from the 2005 London bombings and the recent riots shows that police patrols are one tool policy-makers can count on to reduce crime. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Draca, Mirko (2011) For a working lobbyist, a connection to a UK Cabinet Minister could be worth up to £112,000 a year. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Draca, Mirko (2012) If the government is serious about addressing the role of money and lobbying in UK politics, it has to go far beyond the proposed Statutory Register of Lobbyists. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Drouet, Sophie (2011) Nadine Dorries’ proposals for abstinence education are baffling, off-point and inimical to young women’s, as well as men’s, sexual health. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Duke, Andrew (2011) Book review: Disraeli and The Eastern Question. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Dumbrell, John (2012) David Cameron, Barack Obama and the US-UK ‘special relationship’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) 2010 election analysis – nobody has won in terms of votes, but the last-minute momentum was to Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The AV referendum could still let voters choose between Australian AV and the London form of AV. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Book review: managing modernity: beyond bureaucracy? edited by Stewart Clegg et al. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Book review: numbers rule: the vexing mathematics of democracy, from Plato to the present. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Book review: ready for the referendum?: an essential guide to electoral reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) David Cameron is running a ‘ring-donut’ government with a weak centre. His feeble grip on policy coordination suggests a failure of statecraft. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Duverger’s Law is a dead parrot: outside the USA, first-past-the-post voting has no tendency at all to produce two party politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Electing Police and Crime Commissioners – an important milestone in expanding control by elected representatives? or a disaster in the making? British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Every key ‘Westminster model’ country now has a hung Parliament, following Australia’s ‘dead heat’ election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Falling back on the (nation) state – and hating it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Fixed term parliaments are a mirage – it’s all downhill from now to a June 2014 general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) Gauging the time lags in Whitehall’s responses to modern digital processes suggests an enduring problem with organizational culture in the civil service. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The Green report on procurement efficiency is an indictment of governance structures across Whitehall. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hating the state – and exploiting the shock. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hung parliament scenarios factoring in more liberal democrat MPs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) If Hunt does not go the consequences for government will be catastrophic since the message is that all rules are up in the air. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Is the coalition serious about “open-book government”?: can it really be a citizen-powered substitute for top down, central controls? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The Joint Committee report on reform of the House of Lords is mostly headed for the dustbin of history – because this mess of arcane proposals cannot be sold to voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Latest state of the race for polling day, Thursday May 6. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) More on zombie ‘new public management’: solutions to avoid obsolescent governance ideas wrecking the coalition government’s programme. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The Parliamentary arithmetic shows that the Cameron-Clegg coalition is almost immune to rebellions – it will last five years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The Research Excellence Framework is lumbering and expensive: for a fraction of the cost, a digital census of academic research would create unrivalled and genuine information about UK universities’ research performance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The UK’s political climate remains volatile: but the Liberal Democrats’ immediate prospects look grim, whatever happens. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The Westminster Model strikes back, both in Britain and in Canada … but pressures for multi-party politics are still increasing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) What is the Cameron-Clegg governance strategy?: zombie ‘new public management’ cannot work in the face of massive public expenditure cutbacks. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) Why AV does not necessarily produce more coalition governments: nor does it help small parties to win more seats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Why all MPs should support reforming the electoral system: it is a key step in restoring their own legitimacy with the public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) With a likely cost of £4 billion, the Health and Social Care Bill has all the hallmarks of an avoidable policy fiasco. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The anatomy of a service delivery disaster: how the UK’s tax agency goofed up. And what it means to one of their ‘customers'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The condition of the parties – focus on 34 per cent, not 40 per cent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The distribution of power across parties in parliament. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The government’s approach to reforming the House of Lords is 80 per cent of the way there. Nick Clegg needs to take courage and to go the rest of the way to a more democratic and coherent, wholly elected Senate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) A shallow or a deeply Hung Parliament? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2012) The supplementary vote electoral system again worked very well in London. There is no basis for arguing that voters don’t understand their choices. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick (2011) The vulnerability of the British state – deeper lessons from the urban riots. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Carrera, Leandro N. (2011) Government productivity in UK social security has not grown across two decades to 2008 – largely because DWP senior civil servants blocked any move to ‘digital era’ services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2011) The Barnsley by-election suggests that the collective health of the Coalition government is now in jeopardy. On current polls the Liberal Democrats will do badly in the May local elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2012) Five minutes with Patrick Dunleavy and Chris Gilson: “Blogging is quite simply, one of the most important things that an academic should be doing right now”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) The House of Commons’ Select Committees are now more independent of government: but are they any better informed? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) How unfair or disproportionate is the UK’s voting system for general elections? British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) The Tory honeymoon dulls, Labour revives even without a leader and the Liberal Democrats are teetering on a precipice: the state of the parties in September 2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) Update: how would a 2010 hung Parliament be managed? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Gilson, Christopher (2010) What about the 'Other' parties? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Gilson, Christopher and Sanders, David T. (2010) Is the UK electorate disengaged? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick and Hancock, Avery (2010) Why we need to radically join-up public services more than ever. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Dunleavy, Patrick, Travers, Tony and Gilson, Chris (2012) The LSE’s simple guide to UK voting systems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Durose, Catherine (2012) Closing the 'relevance' gap makes more fundamental demands of academic researchers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Durose, Catherine (2011) Front-line workers in local government are no longer ‘street level bureaucrats’ but instead act as ‘civic entrepreneurs’ to make order out of chaos for their communities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Dzerins, Natalie (2011) Book review: Britain at the polls 2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Dzerins, Natalie (2011) Book review: understanding British party politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2011) Blog Entry.

de Grauwe, Paul (2012) As the Eurozone hangs on the precipice, the European Commission and the ECB must take swift action to remedy Europe’s deflationary spiral. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

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Easton, Susan (2011) The harsh sentences given to those convicted of riot offences are highly disproportionate, will do little to prevent reoffending, and will put even more stress on our near-capacity prison system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Eisenstadt, Naomi (2011) Despite initial mistakes, the success of the Sure Start programme has been to prove that government does have a role to play in the development of young children. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

El-Khairy, Omar (2010) Book review: active citizenship: what could it achieve and how? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Elliott, Matthew (2011) Unfair, expensive and a politicians’ fix – why British voters should reject the Alternative Vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Elvidge, John (2011) The experiences of Scotland’s devolved authority can provide lessons in governance for Westminster and beyond. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Emerson, Michael (2013) Seven hazards in David Cameron’s intended European policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Emerson, Michael (2013) The uncertainty created by David Cameron’s policy on EU membership may cost the UK’s already troubled economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

English, Richard (2011) There is no neat template to determine responses to political violence and terrorism, but the experience of the Northern Ireland Troubles does suggest that certain core principles should underpin appropriate counter-terrorism policies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Jocelyn and Ivaldi, Gilles (2012) Electoral forecasts predict that Marine Le Pen will capture 17 per cent of the vote in the upcoming French presidential elections, failing to outperform her father’s strongest result. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (27 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) David Willetts’ blaming of feminism for male working class unemployment reveals the inner workings of the Tory mind: a hatred of the agency of women and the suspicion of progressive movements. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) Downplaying the public acknowledgement of the achievements of women in sport is rather like saying everyone should have a government but only men can vote for it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) Ken Clarke chose to frame rape in terms of the ‘blaming the victim’ rhetoric which so many have challenged and resisted. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2013) Regarding young children as an unfortunate interruption in the workings of a political economy radically disregards the building bricks through which a society is constructed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2013) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) ‘Social kettling’ and the closure of domestic violence shelters are amongst the new challenges for feminists in 2011: they are responding with a new activism, using social media and collective action. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2012) Tough times ahead in 2012 may provide space to question the primacy of growth and consumerism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2012) We are not ‘all in this together’: British democracy is suffering from the disconnect between politicians and the wider public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Evans, Mary (2011) The crude moralism that characterises looters and rioters as ‘scum’ is evidence that space for political debate about the causes of things is becoming dangerously limited. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Exley, Sonia (2011) People think parents should put their own children first when it comes to schooling decisions – but not without consideration for others. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Extremis Project, UK Team (2012) The police commissioner elections offer a lifeline to the beleaguered far right. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

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Fankhauser, Sam (2012) Onshore wind energy certainly has a role to play in decarbonising our economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Fankhauser, Samuel (2011) If implemented properly, the government’s planned reform of the UK energy sector should make it easier for carbon reduction targets to be met. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Fankhauser, Samuel (2011) The UK government should stick to a plan of aggressive de-carbonisation and avoid the temptation of a new dash for gas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Featherstone, Kevin (2011) Recent political developments mean that Greece is no longer on the brink of economic collapse: but the European Commission, the ECB and the IMF will be keeping a close watch for some time to come. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Fenton, Alex (2012) Falling poverty rates in inner London raise questions about inequality and segregation for a growing city in transition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Ferguson, Suki (2011) Book review: Brown at 10. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Ferguson, Suki (2011) Book review: the politics of happiness: what government can learn from the new research on well-being. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Finn, Dan (2012) The Department of Work and Pensions must reappraise the proposed costs and efficiencies of their flagship Work Programme before they introduce flawed solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Fiott, Daniel (2013) A European-level review process is needed for all non-EU defence foreign investment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Fishenden, Jerry (2010) Behind the WikiLeaks furore, there’s a much bigger issue at stake: America’s slack approach to information security: the UK national interest lies in demanding that the USA act to stop its government computer systems being breached time and again, and in reviewing British data security as well. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Fishenden, Jerry (2010) ‘Best in world’ broadband for the UK will never happen unless the government stops pledging what they cannot deliver and starts fixing the implementation gaps that have marred all earlier efforts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Fishenden, Jerry (2010) Farewell then NPfIT across the health service. But without learning longer-term lessons, will locally-orientated IT development in the NHS just be going back to the future? British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Fishenden, Jerry (2010) Freezing public sector IT – what is the government aiming to achieve? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Fisher, Justin (2011) A discussion on the financing of political parties is desperately needed: government is wasting more than money if it buries research on the difficult choices between public funding and capped donations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Flinders, Matthew (2011) Democratic politics matters – it can and does shape our lives positively. Although it is imperfect, the alternatives are unthinkable. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Flinders, Matthew (2012) You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows: a response to Peter John on the relevance of political science. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Flinders, Matthew, Matthews, Felicity and Eason, Christina (2011) Public appointments are still 'male, pale and stale': new recruitment strategies and recognition of the value of a variety of backgrounds are needed to change this. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Flynn, Don (2012) Immigration statistics: is the tanker turning around? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Flynn, Don (2012) A memorable olympic games has given us the opportunity to reflect on London as a city of immigration. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Foerster, Annette (2011) Book review: how the family will come to flourish personally and politically in all its many forms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Forbess, Alice (2011) Government proposals to cut legal aid come at a time when the benefits system is being reconfigured from the ground up: vulnerable people will pay the price as legal aid funding and free expert advice disappears. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Ford, Rob (2013) UKIP’s rise is not just a problem for the Conservatives – they are emerging as the party of choice for disaffected and angry voters from all parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Ford, Rob (2013) Various features of the design of the new ‘High Income Child Benefit charge’ look problematic. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Ford, Robert (2012) Euroscepticism is now a powerful force for the radical right – and UKIP is well placed to harness it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Fowler, John (2011) The initial enthusiasm for schools to convert to academy status has waned considerably. It may take decades for Michael Gove’s vision to be fully realised. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Fox, Jon (2012) The experience of East European migrants in the UK suggests that there is racism towards newcomers regardless of racial difference. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Frank, Robert (2011) A progressive consumption tax would curb positional arms races and free up finances that could plug the deficit hole. By following Darwin’s theories, we could introduce a more effective economic system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Freeston-Clough, Richard (2012) The millions of people who use public transport in London every day deserve a frequent, comprehensive, and fairly priced service. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Fuller, Steve (2012) Fracking and Willetts: two stories to watch in 2013. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

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Gale, Mark (2010) Mencap and the ‘Get my vote campaign’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Galpin, Di (2012) The 'Big Society' will not necessarily lead to better elderly care treatment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Garben, Sacha, Marwah, Hanaan, McDonagh, Luke T., Özcan, Berkay and Sampson, Thomas (2012) Aftermath of the financial crisis: new challenges for the left. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Garcia-Calvo, Angela (2010) Book review: whoops! Why everyone owes everyone and no one can pay. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Gargan, Nick (2012) The extent to which police programmes are accountable to national oversight bodies in an age of localism should be clarified for local leaders who have responded positively to the changes in policing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Gargan, Nick (2012) The police service needs to change and adapt in order to stay ahead in the age of austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Garicano, Luis and Van Reenen, John (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: financial regulation – can we avoid another great recession? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Garthwaite, Kayleigh (2012) What does it mean for sickness benefit claimants to live in a climate of suspicion? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Garthwaite, Kayleigh (2012) The ‘scrounger’ myth is causing real suffering to many in society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2011) The Commission looking into the possibility of a British bill of rights is supposed to support diversity and inclusivity, but is fatally compromised by its narrow membership base. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2011) The Dale Farm case shows that legal authority must be made clear before potentially life-wrecking actions are taken. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2012) Do as I say and not as I do: hypocrisy and human rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2011) The Human Rights Act matters – any new “bill of rights” should build on it, not replace it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2011) Human rights issues are high on the policy agenda in the UK today and the public are keener than ever to discuss these. A recognition that this discussion is moving online and involves a wide range of people is vital if we are to successfully thrash out the issues on rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2010) Liberal in name only. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2011) The Tories attacks on the human rights act are nothing more than political noise-making. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Gearty, Conor (2012) The partisanship shown by many commentators on the Abu Qatada case does not do the advocacy of human rights any favours. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Gent, John (2011) Book review: paper promises: money, debt and the new world order by Philip Coggan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Gerada, Charlotte and Austin, Hero (2010) The policing of peaceful student demonstrators in London was heavy-handed and disproportional from the outset – and it got worse as the day proceeded. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Ghose, Katie (2011) The Alternative Vote is a worthwhile reform that will make a big difference in improving the democracy and accountability of British politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Gibbons, Stephen (2012) Competition between NHS hospitals produces positive incentives. However, introducing private hospital competition can have adverse effects. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Gibbons, Stephen (2011) Street level crime maps may be an example of a nudge in the wrong direction if they lead to fewer crimes being reported. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Gibbons, Steve (2012) Urban schools: funding matters and cuts will have consequences for academic achievement. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Gibbons, Steve (2012) The link between schools and house prices is now an established fact. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Gibbs, Blair (2011) The unprecedented growth in police budgets and numbers in the last 10 years have not markedly improved police performance, and the public have not seen benefits comparable to the huge investment made. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Gibson, Rachel (2011) We may see a real internet campaign in the lead up to the AV referendum, as long as both sides have a credible online presence and avoid cyber "window-dressing". British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Gibson, Rachel and Cantijoch, Marta (2011) 2010 may not have marked the first ‘internet election’, but digital platforms are of ever increasing importance in political campaigning. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2012) Book review: enterprising care? Unpaid voluntary action in the 21st century by Irene Hardhill and Susan Baines Posted on April 22, 2012 by Blog Admin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2011) Book review: makeshift metropolis: ideas about cities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2011) Book review: tales from facebook. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) Constitutional reform – what the three parties are promising. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) First election tv debate – domestic affairs: Nick Clegg for prime minister…well, hang on. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) General election night live blog 6 May 2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) Gillard hangs on, but her uneasy coalition may have stormy waters ahead – Australian Federal election update. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) Just how representative of the country is the UK’s coalition government and new parliament?: the state of debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) LSE British Election Conference 2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) The Liberal Democrats have fallen in the polls and are facing the brunt of the public’s ire over the Coalition’s policies: can we look to New Zealand as an example of what might be in store for the coalition? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) On digital inclusion Cameron promises a ‘Manifesto for a networked nation’: but the UK government’s broadband aims remain unambitious. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2011) Punitive reactions by ministers or the judiciary seek to deter future riots. But if such measures undermine the perceived fairness and legitimacy of the criminal justice system and worsen police-community relations, they could prove counter-productive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) What about the Lib Dems? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) An end to ‘tenancy for life’ in the social housing sector will not solve current acute shortages. The UK simply needs more homes for social housing tenants. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2011) The initial Metropolitan Police handling of the Tottenham riots shows a depressing failure to learn lessons from recent history. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) The real story is that half the ‘quangos’ survived, and none were devolved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) A state-owned Post Bank could restore trust in UK retail banking, reinvigorate Royal Mail and tackle financial exclusion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher (2010) The way things were: 1974 and 2010 compared. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher and Hancock, Avery (2010) Ed Miliband and a living wage for London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher and Kirchherr, Julian (2012) Brussels blog round up for 10-16 March 2012: concern over the Ukraine, Sarkozy gets tough on Schengen, and how big is Greece’s bailout? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (17 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher and Kirchherr, Julian (2012) Brussels blog round up for 17-23 March 2012: the European Parliament drags its feet on EU wide constituencies, Ashton is criticized, and the IMF demands more guarantees on Greece. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (23 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher and Kirchherr, Julian (2012) Brussels blog round up for 3-9 March 2012: the European Commission discovers social networks, Greece survives in the Euro. And will Merkel get a majority? LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (10 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher and Kirchherr, Julian (2012) Brussels blog round up: everyone in the EU is under fire, pressure on Europe’s last dictator, and more of the same from Van Rompuy? 25 February – 2 March, 2012. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Gilson, Christopher and Tinkler, Jane (2010) Reviewing 2010 in political blogging: the spotlight moves from the Tories to the Liberal Democrats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Giustozzi, Antonio (2010) The riddle of negotiations in Afghanistan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Glasman, Maurice (2011) Labour’s answer to David Cameron’s Big Society is the Good Society. So what would it mean in practice? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Glasman, Maurice (2011) When the City of London’s bubble burst, it was the state and the real economy that had to take the hit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Glennie, Alex (2011) Pro-democracy protests across the Middle East and North Africa have exploded the myth of Arab ‘exceptionalism’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Goldin, Ian (2012) Encouraging more, better managed, migration should be part of our economic strategy for growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Goodall, Lewis (2012) If the Chancellor is serious about ‘rebalancing’ the UK economy we need serious investment in regions outside of the greater South East. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Goodhart, Charles and Ashworth, Jonathan (2011) The Bank of England’s second round of quantitative easing may do little to improve economic confidence or to encourage bank lending, and may even lead to more upward pressures on inflation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Goodhart, Charles and Ashworth, Jonathan (2011) George Osborne’s proposed ‘credit easing’ measures must incentivise banks to increase their lending to small businesses: they are vital to the recovery of employment and the wider economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2011) The British National Party’s modernization strategy didn’t appeal to voters, and its activist and membership base is shrinking by the day. But public hostility toward immigration means the prospects for the far right remain strong. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Goodwin, Matthew (2012) Immigration and identity: an open letter to Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Gough, Ian (2012) New policies are needed to reconcile climate mitigation and social equity in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Gould, Bryan (2011) Recent poll results and the Oldham victory show that Labour has bounced back: Ed Miliband must continue his progressive campaign to ensure Labour is an ally of people-based politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Gould, Bryan (2010) Where to now for the UK?: some lessons from New Zealand. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Gould, Bryan (2011) The holy grail of liberal politics has crumbled in Nick Clegg’s hands, but the Liberal Democrat plight also means bad news for wider politics in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Goulden, Chris (2012) Minimum wage plus in-work benefits are still not necessarily enough for a minimum standard of living. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Goulden, Chris (2011) The government’s benefits cuts mean that families are finding it even harder to make ends meet. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Graham, Allen (2011) The House of Lords reforms are an opening gambit that will inevitably lead the UK into greater democratic reforms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Grahl, John (2012) The Coalition’s Workfare programme hinges on the false assumption that the private sector will provide full-time, future employment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Grant, Eugene (2012) Government’s inadequate assessment of the impact of cuts to disabled people is allowing the true human cost of austerity to go undetected. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2012) Elected mayors: dead in the water. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2013) Football clubs are becoming increasingly conscious of the reputational damage they risk by paying such high wages in an age of austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2012) In May the UK’s biggest cities will vote on whether to directly elect mayors. The Warwick Commission investigates existing experience, both in Britain and overseas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2012) Life went on as usual during the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2011) The coalition plans to reinvigorate local political leadership in major cities with elected mayors: will local electorates say “Yes” this time? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Grant, Wyn (2013) The elections for police and crime commissioners show that it’s difficult to stop the political class protecting its own. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Gray, Andrew (2012) Public service users face a fragmented landscape of providers which makes integrated care more difficult to effect. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Green, Anthony (2011) Australian state elections show that if British voters adopt the Alternative Vote in the forthcoming referendum, it will typically change party outcomes only a little, but will have positive effects for the standing of MPs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Green, Antony (2011) Some Australian state elections using the Alternative Vote show that voters are casting fewer second preferences, or even none at all. Would the same happen in the UK? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Gregg, Paul (2012) Predistribution opens up a new set of policy tools but also a key constraint. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Gregory, James (2011) Contrary to popular opinion, home ownership may actually make workers less economically mobile. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Greig, Neil (2012) Road safety is at risk if we ignore targets and the lack of funding in some local authorities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Griffiths, Simon (2012) Cameron’s “Progressive Conservatism” is largely cosmetic and without substance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Gross, Robert (2012) Getting real about decarbonisation involves deploying technologies now and at scale. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Groves, James (2012) Harnessing the private sector makes sense for UK’s education system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Gulrajani, Nilima (2010) Ringfencing aid may do more harm than good. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

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Hackett, Libby (2012) The ‘too many graduates’ myth: a rich and growing supply of graduates is necessary to increase economic productivity and meet the needs of wider society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara (2012) The political and economic crisis in Europe has meant a step back for the EU’s major institutions. Solutions in 2012 must not come at the expense of democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Hagemann, Sara, Brown, Chris and Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) Second debate – international affairs: what our experts said. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hakim, Catherine (2011) Calls for more legislation to equalize women’s and men’s pay are flawed. Policies already in place have successfully narrowed the pay gap. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne (2011) Book review: how Ireland voted 2011: the full story of Ireland’s earthquake election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne (2012) The nature of the British party system combined with the BNP’s internal problems mean that it will be difficult for the extreme right to take advantage of the current economic crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Halikiopoulou, Daphne and Vasilopoulou, Sofia (2010) Moving from a race-based agenda to a focus on civic virtue has aided the BNP’s resurgence in the last decade. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Hall, Suzanne (2012) For the future good of our high streets we need a better understanding of the social and economic life of local worlds in the context of global change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Hall-Matthews, David (2011) The Liberal Democrats need to build a narrative of better governance, democratise their policy-making and must not be afraid to disagree with the Conservatives in public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Hammond, Ed (2012) Freedom of information being difficult, inconvenient or expensive is not a reason to seek to limit its role. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2012) After previously making good progress, the Department for International Development now faces an uphill battle reaching our foreign aid target. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Asylum and refugee policy – still a political football? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Book review: the international migration of health workers: ethics, rights and justice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Capping immigration – the Tories win out: but will economic considerations soften the policy for business and universities? British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Civil war in the Congo – could the UK do more to foster peace? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2011) Cuts to the Department of Work and Pensions’ overhead costs threaten the promised benefits of welfare reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Hard choices – in overseas aid, 0.7 is a magic number for all the parties – but the Tories say they’d do things differently. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Iraqi Refugees: is the UK doing the right thing? British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2011) Questionable proposals for legal aid reform in the UK mean that government’s promises of justice for all ring hollow. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Sending kids back to Kabul – is it right? is it legal? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Should British soldiers be walking kids to school in Afghanistan? British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) UK opens up to Sudanese oil business, just as the country may be headed back to war in 2011. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) Will the UK media ever grow up in how they cover women in politics?: the case of Ekaterina Zatuliveter shows that sexist attitudes remain pervasive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) The government’s proposed cuts to the housing benefit will force 130,000 families out of their homes and add to the UK’s growing homeless population. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2010) The impending sell-off of nearly 10% of the UK's forest area by the government could have detrimental consequences for conservation and our ‘Green’ reputation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2011) The people in Sudan have spoken: now the UK should back the new nation with both trade and aid. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery (2011) The threats to public libraries look overwhelming: yet both defensive mobilizations to resist cutbacks and pressures for innovations offer hope for radical improvements. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Hancock, Avery and Rainford, Paul (2011) Slumps, riots and springs: how we covered 2011. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Hand, Michael (2011) As the case for patriotism has not been decisively made, we have no business promoting it in schools. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Hanretty, Chris (2012) The Coalition Government has only a 1 in 3 chance of lasting its term. Statistical modelling predicts its fall in October 2014. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Harding, Andrew (2012) Democratic practice could be institutionalised in private and public spheres to help develop political debate and deliberation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Harkin, James (2011) Book review: niche: why the market no longer favours the mainstream. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Harland, Ken (2012) Book review: Youth policy, civil society and the modern Irish state by Fred Powell et al. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (25 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Harland, Ken (2012) Book review: youth policy, civil society and the modern Irish state by Fred Powell et al. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Harries, Ellie (2013) The campaign for a living wage is gathering momentum and increasingly enjoys support from across the political spectrum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Harries, Richard (2011) The Draft Bill and the Report of the Royal Commission on the reform of the House of Lords. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Harris, Scarlet (2012) Austerity isn’t working and women in particular are paying the price for the folly of men who run the City and its institutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Harrison, James and Stephenson, Mary-Ann (2011) Spending cuts will increase inequalities between women and men and may seriously harm the human rights of some women. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Hassel, Anke and Schelkle, Waltraud (2012) A return to the Deutschmark or a core monetary union would impoverish Europe’s economies. Instead, Eurobonds could offer a viable solution to preserve unity in diversity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Hastings, Annette and Mathews, Peter (2012) The middle-class enjoy definite advantages in public service provision. More critical and extensive research is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Hawkes, Richard (2012) The Paralympics have the power to change attitudes towards disabled people. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Hayton, Richard (2012) The Conservatives in coalition government: principles, policy and power. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Hazell, Robert (2011) According to new research, the coalition is working well, but the Liberal Democrats could do better. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Hellowell, Mark (2012) Private financing for public infrastructure is here to stay despite “PFIs” being consigned to history. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Hellowell, Mark (2012) Satisfaction with the NHS has dropped 12% since 2010 and the government’s rhetoric is largely to blame. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Hellowell, Mark (2012) The country needs more infrastructure investment to boost jobs and growth. However, the government must pay due attention to the scale and nature of the risk it accepts from lenders. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Hellowell , Mark (2012) Meeting the demand for care will mean ensuring the private sector health market is fit for competition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Helsper, Ellen (2011) Britain needs a digital inclusion policy with concrete targets for both availability and take-up to counter the emergence of a digital underclass. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Hencke, David (2012) Charging for freedom of information requests for services that are already paid for by taxpayers is utterly wrong. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Henderson, Graeme (2012) Northern prosperity will increase national prosperity but a comprehensive economic strategy is needed to address structural constraints. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Hepburn, Cameron and Bowen, Alex (2012) How to get prosperity with growth (green growth that is). British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Hepburn, Eve and McLoughlin, P. J. (2011) Evidence from nationalist movements in Scotland and Northern Ireland shows that pragmatism and the ability to adapt are key to electoral success, and that nationalism is still a potent political force. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Heppell, Timothy (2012) What do I have to do to get promoted? Tory MPs resent the reduced likelihood of reshuffles and promotions under coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Heydecker, Benjamin (2011) Britain suffered fewer road accident fatalities during 2010 than ever before on record: without more capacity, raising the speed limit will do little to alleviate congestion, and is likely to lead to more motorway deaths. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Hileman, Garrick (2011) Book review: grand pursuit: the story of economic genius. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Hill, Alastair (2011) Book review: the new politics: liberal conservatism or same old Tories? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Hill, Alastair (2012) Book review: what next for Labour? Ideas for a new generation by Tom Scholes-Fogg and Hisham Hamid. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Hill, Alastair (2011) Book review: who cares?: public ambivalence & government activism from the New Deal to the second gilded age. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Hills, John (2012) Is your child going to University in a couple of years?: It may be advantageous to take a few months off. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Hills, John, Wehner, Joachim, Dunleavy, Patrick, Cammaerts, Bart and Leunig, Tim (2010) The ‘emergency’ budget – solving the UK’s problems?: or creating the basis for new crises? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hind, Dan (2012) There can be no principled objection to the regulation by the state of entities that enjoy a privilege which is itself granted by the state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Hirsch, Donald (2012) The cost of a child is not just about the size of a parent’s wallet. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2010) Con-Lib coalitions are now the norm in Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2011) David Cameron’s EU treaty veto is a disaster for Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon (2013) David Cameron’s speech was about as pro-European as can be expected of a British Conservative Prime Minister in the current context. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Hix-Vivyan election prediction, from polls up to 2 March. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Labour and tories neck and neck? Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 19 April. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) One day to go: Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 3 May. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Still a hung parliament: Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 23 March. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon and Vivyan, Nick (2010) Tories still short of a majority: Hix-Vivyan prediction up to 26 April. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Hix, Simon, Vivyan, Nick and Hoyland, Bjorn (2010) Can the Chancellor still influence voting patterns in the Monetary Policy Committee at the Bank of England? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Hodgson, Geoffrey (2010) In the NHS, as in private business, organizational evolution outperforms the ‘cult of change’: if only Andrew Lansley would let it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Holmwood, John (2012) Spectacle and reality: inequality in the second Elizabethan age. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Homkes, Rebecca (2011) Good hospital management can save lives and increase much needed productivity at a time of budget constraints. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Hood, Christopher and Dixon, Ruth (2012) The current government is aiming for cuts to administration costs that have never previously been achieved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Hopkin, Jonathan (2010) What was the problem with a Lab-LibDem coalition? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Hopkins, Alison (2012) The time is right to open up care services more widely, and user feedback has an important part to play been supposed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Hopley, Lee (2012) The Chancellor had some good ideas, but rebalancing the economy looks as challenging now as it did yesterday morning. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Hortala-Vallve, Rafael (2010) Is Alternative Vote a better voting system?: it depends…. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Hortala-Vallve, Rafael (2010) Tactical voting will still occur under the alternative vote, but much less so than under first past the post. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Hosein, Gus and Whitley, Edgar A. (2010) New government to scrap ID cards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Howell, Jude (2010) National security concerns continue to dictate Britain’s government aid and development agendas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Hoyle, Graham (2012) Government-funded apprenticeships are generally of good quality. Establishing universally recognised definitions and funding procedures should be a priority. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Hugh, Jennifer (2011) Book review: equality and the British Left. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Hugh, Jennifer (2011) Book review: the labour market in winter: the state of working Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Hughes, James (2012) Bloody Sunday is almost universally recognised as ‘unjustified and unjustifiable’. But lessons must be drawn for peace in Northern Ireland, and for counterinsurgency more generally. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Jim (2013) Is the Northern Ireland peace process flagging? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Nicola (2012) The UK has one of the most persistently volatile housing markets. We must avoid reckless lending and ensure an adequate supply of housing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Nicola (2012) UK mortgages may be deeply affected by the Eurozone crisis. The government can and should do more to help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Hughes, Stephen (2012) Local authorities must invest in prevention and collaborative working in order to create tangible improvements in service provision. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Hunter, Alice (2011) Book review: unmasking age: the significance of age for social research by Bill Bytheway. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Hussain, Iftikhar (2012) School inspections: can we trust Ofsted reports? British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Hussein, Shereen (2011) As our population ages, demand for social care is growing. But the government’s immigration policies may well restrict the quality and quantity of social care professionals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Hussein, Shereen (2012) ‘Big Society’ volunteering in long term care must not substitute for skilled paid staff. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Hussein, Shereen (2012) It is time to move from complacency to commitment to better lives for both the social care workforce and care users. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Hussein, Shereen (2012) The Social Care White Paper is another missed opportunity to resolve the issue of funding long term care. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Hussein, Shereen (2012) The scale of very low-pay for care workers is much larger than previously anticipated and demands immediate attention. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Hyman, Richard (2011) Budget 2011: A footnote to the existing agenda, but the public is waking up to the attack on the welfare state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Hyman, Richard (2010) Despite common press perceptions, the number of strikes in the UK is far below the European average. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

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IIzetzki, Ethan (2011) According to new research, low interest rates and expansionist monetary policy may temper the government’s programme of austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Ilzetzki, Ethan and Cunningham, Tom (2010) LSE centre for economic performance – macroeconomics and public finance: the worst is yet to come. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Ilzetzki, Ethan and Pinder, Jonathan (2012) Given the enormity of the short- and long-run fiscal challenges facing the US, the lack of policy detail from both presidential candidates is disappointing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Ilzetzki, Ethan and Pinder, Jonathan (2012) Monetary or fiscal stimulus can help only if unemployment is cyclical; otherwise, if unemployment is structural expansionary policies will lead only to inflation. Careful recent analyses indicate that unemployment is mainly cyclical in the US. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Iosifidis, Petros (2012) Book review: media regulation: governance and the interests of citizens and consumers by Peter Lunt and Sonia Livingstone. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Ishkanian, Armine (2013) Reclaiming democracy in the square: two years on from Occupy London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Oct 2013) Blog Entry.

Islam, Asiya (2012) Book review: gender and violence in the Middle East by Moha Ennaji and Fatima Sadiqi. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Islam, Asiya (2012) Book review: postcolonial media culture in Britain by Rosalind Brunt and Rinella Cere. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

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Jackson, Emily (2011) UK citizens can access assisted suicide, but they must travel to Zurich in order to do so: this is illogical, but more importantly, it imposes an unfair burden on terminally ill individuals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Jackson, Emily (2011) A new amendment on abortion guidance will instead institute delays for women seeking medical help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Jackson, Stephen (2012) The government’s new G-Cloud ICT strategy has clear cost advantages, but there are challenges ahead. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Jacobs, Michael (2012) Far from being a drag on growth, environmental policy can actually help drive it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

James, Cathy (2012) Unless workers are encouraged to speak up, we will continue to see people turning a blind eye to wrongdoing in the workplace. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2012) UK electoral law is fragmented, convoluted and causing errors in the running of elections. It needs to be consolidated. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2011) UK electoral registration levels are already low by international standards, but new plans to change registration may make things even worse. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2012) Voting for police and crime commissioners could mean last minute elections on the cheap. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

James, Toby S. (2012) Changes to electoral registration procedures may have significant implications for registration levels and electoral outcomes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Jefferys, Peter (2012) High rents are holding back the recovery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Jeffreys, Sheila (2011) Handing more public services such as schools and welfare to religious groups harms women’s equality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Jenkin, Bernard (2011) Government has still a great deal to learn about how to use IT effectively – a new select committee inquiry aims to discover ways to improve the Government’s poor track record. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jenkin, Bernard (2012) The Public Administration Select Committee continues to push for greater leadership on reforms and for more strategic thought at the heart of government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Jenkins, Gareth (2011) 1.6 million children in the UK live in severe poverty: the government must do more to target areas of high deprivation, poverty and worklessness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jenkins, Gareth (2011) Budget 2011: Little action for children in poverty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jenkins, Kate (2011) New government agencies should be set up with caution: they are not a substitute for weak departments. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Jennings, Will (2012) The average cost overrun for producing the Olympic Games has been more than 200% since 1976. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Jennings, Will, Shin, Hyun Bang, Perryman, Mark, Davis, Juliet, Burdett, Ricky and Power, Anne (2013) Introducing our latest eCollection: 2012 London Olympics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Jesperson, Sasha (2011) Book review: building global democracy?: civil society and accountable global governance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Jesperson, Sasha (2011) Book review: lost in transformation: violent peace and peaceful conflict in Northern Ireland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Jesperson, Sasha (2011) Book review: the media at war: communication and conflict in the twentieth century. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Jesperson, Sasha (2011) Book review: understanding the War on Terror, from bin Laden to Bush and back again. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

John, Peter (2012) How relevant is UK political science? A riposte to Matthew Flinders and Peter Riddell. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

John, Peter (2012) Nudging citizens towards localism? Links between behaviour change and local action have not yet been thought through sufficiently. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 May 2012) Blog Entry.

John, Peter (2012) We expect to get information in two clicks, why can’t we get data as quickly? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

John, Peter (2012) What drives change in the UK policy agenda?: systemic data collection has the answer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Johnes, Chris (2012) We can’t go on pretending that poverty is solved by getting a job. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Johns, Rob, Mitchell, James and Carman, Chris (2011) The Scottish National Party’s success in winning an outright majority at Holyrood in May 2011 was an extraordinary result in an ‘ordinary’ election. Research shows that Scots voters did not move further towards secession and independence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Boris (2012) Boris Johnson: “I can see what needs to be done to secure London’s future”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Johnson, Paul and Sibieta, Luke (2012) GCSEs should be reformed and their wider role radically rethought. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2010) Pursuing a passion for parity, the coalition government is axing one in every 4 MPs in Wales, but less than one in 14 in England: how the UK draws its electoral map will never be the same again. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2011) Why are Labour Lords keeping their peers up late?: opposition to the coalition’s plans for fewer MPs and more equal constituencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron (2012) The proposed system for an elected House of Lords lacks accountability and offers voters far less choice than had previously been envisaged. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Johnston, Ron, Pattie, Charles and Rossiter, David (2011) The re-vamped public inquiries currently changing Westminster constituency boundaries in record time (across the whole of the UK) keep power firmly in the hands of the biggest political parties, and not the general public. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Johston, Ron (2013) The less well-paid you are when you enter the labour market, the more your degree will now cost. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Jolly, Debbie (2011) As the government moves to cut the number of disabled people on benefits, the tabloid media are increasingly portraying them as ‘undeserving fraudsters’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Jolly, Debbie (2011) Disabled people are subject to false accusations from the media, a false economy and a duplicitous morality from a government that claims to support those in greatest need. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jolly, Debbie (2011) The government’s Work Capability Assessment for disabled people is one of the toughest in the world – it is not fit for purpose. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Jones, George and Stewart, John (2012) Yet another feeble paper on civil service reform that will achieve little for local government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2010) Blame them, not us: how the Comprehensive Spending Review reflects the interests of the cabinet, and not the people. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2011) Budget 2011: Government’s ‘pothole priority’ proves its lack of commitment to localism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2012) Elected mayors cannot deliver a localist revival. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. (2010) The coalition government’s ‘new localism’ decentralisation agenda may well undermine local government. A new agreement is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. and Blick, Andrew (2010) The PM and the centre of UK government from Tony Blair to David Cameron: how much will change in the transition from single-party to coalition government? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W., Bouçek, Francoise, Hagemann, Sara, Leunig, Tim and Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) Eve of the election: reflections from election experts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. and Stewart, John (2011) Government plans to impose mayoral referendums have not been thought out properly and should be abandoned. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Jones, George W. and Stewart, John (2012) The national audit office should not be responsible for the audit of local authorities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, Jenny (2012) Jenny Jones: “my vision for London is of a more sustainable, fairer and cleaner city”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, Richard (2012) The UK’s thirty year experiment in innovation policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Jones, Wendy (2012) This government has an opportunity to do something effective for national numeracy but political prejudices must be set aside. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Joyce, Robert (2012) What does the recession mean for the income distribution? British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

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Kaldor, Mary (2012) A study of the various social mobilisations and collective activities that we chose to describe as 'subterranean politics' reveals a general frustration with current political practices. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Kaufmann, Eric (2013) Are we seeing ‘white flight’ from London? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Kay, John (2012) Bogus modelling discredits evidence based policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Keen, Steve (2012) 5 minutes with Steve Keen: "The better of two bad policies is the stimulus approach". British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Keen, Steve (2012) Ignoring the role of private debt in an economy is like driving without accounting for your blind-spot. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Keen, Steve and Suss, Joel (2012) 5 minutes with Steve Keen: “Hopefully George Osborne may end up reading a blog that throws up an idea that looks outside the mainstream advice”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin (2011) The Liberal Democrats’ intended tax changes are about to cause trouble for the Treasury. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin (2011) Social mobility has increased in past decades, but there has been no ‘revolution’ in opportunity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin (2011) Those on low-to-middle incomes now face staggering reductions in real wages and cuts to tax credits – the recent Budget offers them very little relief. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin (2011) Want to earn your way up? Fine – just don’t be a woman, live outside of London, or work part-time. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Gavin and Whittaker, Matthew (2011) Household consumption will be pivotal in the resumption of growth, but consumer concerns about rising household debt may but the brakes on spending. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Kathleen (2012) Montague review: not the holy grail of housing investment. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Kathleen (2012) Renting is the only game in town with an extra 1.5 million private renters under 30 by 2020. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Paul (2011) Book review: the development of a discipline: the history of the political studies association. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Paul (2011) Book review: the merits of ‘Big Society’ and where it will take us. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Paul (2011) Multiculturalism is not a coherent policy that can be abandoned; David Cameron’s speech reveals more continuity with Labour’s ‘British national identity’ project than a radical departure from his ‘liberal conservatism’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Kelly, Yvonne (2011) Failing before school: the gap between children in high and low income families has led to a dangerous disadvantage with those in poorer families more likely to suffer from serious social and emotional problems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Kenny, Michael (2012) The ‘progressive alliance’ idea is no longer a meaningful basis for a Labour-LibDem rapprochement, but there is much common ground that remains between the two parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Keohane, Nigel (2012) Toll roads: a thin end of the wedge? – if only they were. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Ker-Lindsay, James (2010) Kosovo’s status is still in doubt – time for Britain to rethink the need for new talks? British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Ker-Lindsay, James (2012) An independent Scotland would face little European opposition to membership of the European Union. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (21 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Ker-Lindsay, James (2012) An independent Scotland would face little European opposition to membership of the European Union. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Kerr, Michael (2012) Northern Ireland is no country for old idealists but it is certainly a best practice case of consociational democracy and conflict regulation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Kerr, Michael (2011) The demise of Northern Ireland’s first power-sharing administration offers valuable insights for conflict resolution and policy worldwide. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Kershaw, David, Kirchmaier, Thomas and Schuster, Edmund (2012) The incentives of senior bank managers need to be altered in order to make them more risk averse. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Khorrami Assl , Nima (2011) Soft power may be the UK government’s best option to promote trade and civil liberties in the Gulf states. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Kiefer, Tina (2012) Feeling the squeeze: public service employees are pessimistic about organisational changes brought on buy cuts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Kiefer, Tina (2012) Feeling the squeeze: public service employees are pessimistic about organisational changes brought on by cuts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Kimmel, Michael (2012) Feminist scholarship has shown us that not only does gender matter, it is diverse and interacts with other hierarchies of power in society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

King, Peter (2011) Cameron’s pragmatic responses to the politics of the last year shows that despite his progressive agenda, he is well within the mainstream of Conservative traditions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 May 2011) Blog Entry.

King, Roger (2011) The government’s plans for risk-based regulation for the higher education sector will encourage more risky and competitive behaviour among institutions, with potentially dire consequences. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Kingman, David (2011) Britain’s housing shortage disenfranchises the young. We should use the tax system to encourage people to free up larger homes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Kirchherr, Julian (2012) Book review: the psychology of politicians by Ashley Weinberg. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (18 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Kirchherr, Julian (2012) Book review: the psychology of politicians by Ashley Weinberg. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Kissane, Bill (2012) Book review: contesting democracy: political ideas in twentieth century Europe by Jan-Werner Müller. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Kissane, Bill (2011) Book review: the destructors: the story of Northern Ireland’s lost Peace Process. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Kissane, Bill (2011) The debate in the UK about codifying our constitution is now less fractious: but looking overseas can help us to understand why this discussion should continue. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Kissane, Bill (2011) The violence on London’s streets is less political and less structured than has been the case in Northern Ireland. It is the result of decades of social and economic deprivation and inequality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Kitchen, Nicholas (2011) The ‘essential’ UK-US relationship pivots on those areas where strategic goals are shared, but disagreements over means remain: the global economy, foreign intervention, and Islamic radicalisation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Kitchen, Nicholas (2010) The government’s National Security Strategy correctly identified global risks but bureaucratic infighting and a weak economic position threaten the UK’s ability to ‘punch above its weight’ on the international stage. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Kline, Roger and Martin, Brendan (2013) The NHS is at a crossroads after the Francis Report. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Klug, Francesca and Williams, Amy (2012) As long as the UK is bound by the ECHR, it is hard to envisage how a new UK Bill of Rights could ‘solve’ the perceived problems of the Human Rights Act. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Knapp, Martin (2012) Autism costs. Health and Social Care (09 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Knapp, Martin (2012) Preliminary research suggests that the overall UK cost of autism is about £34 billion each year. There needs to be a further evaluation of the economic case for early intervention. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Knox, Tim (2012) A cut in the corporation tax may not be popular but it would be beneficial to everyone. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Koh, Sin Yee (2012) Everyday lives of the Malaysian diaspora. New Mandala: New Perspectives on Mainland Southeast Asia (11 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Korris, Matt (2011) The select committee system is more effective than ever before. Now, a thorough review of their core tasks and resources is needed, to avoid them being bogged down under the weight of increasing workload and expectations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Kosack, Stephen (2010) Getting better value for money from UK development aid – let local civil society organizations monitor recipient government performance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

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Larcinese, Valentino (2012) Differences between the Olympic and Paralympic medal tables may tell us something about the presence and activity of Paralympic associations in each country. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Larcinese, Valentino (2010) Is the UK parliament too large? British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Larcinese, Valentino (2012) The UK should embrace the public financing of political parties. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Lastra, R. M. (2011) Who guards the guardians of monetary stability and financial stability? That is the key question behind the debate about the accountability of the Bank of England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Lastra, Rosa (2011) Who guards the guardians of monetary stability and financial stability?: that is the key question behind the debate about the accountability of the Bank of England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Latham, Oliver (2012) The more unpopular the government, the more time the British press will devote to exposing political scandals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Latham, Peter (2012) The ‘open public services’ agenda is unravelling and this should change how we perceive those who claim to critique it from the inside while nonetheless supporting its aims. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Layard, Richard (2011) Government’s role should be to increase happiness and reduce misery. Policy analysis must be recast to reflect outcomes in terms of changes to happiness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Layard, Richard (2012) Mental illness loses out in the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Layard, Richard (2012) Richard Layard explains the Manifesto for economic sense. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Layard, Richard (2012) Wellbeing and mental health need to be the new frontier for the welfare state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian (2012) Both economic theory and evidence from the UK shows that state-funded healthcare which incorporates market-type incentives will save more lives and reduce more suffering. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian (2010) Greater choice and competition in the NHS now provides a mature set of solutions whose time has come. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian (2010) This spending review may yet be helpful for social indicators: only time will tell. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian (2011) To ease the pain of devaluation countries should quit the euro – then instantly re-join at a weaker rate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian (2011) A much maligned reform of hospitals is working. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Le Grand, Julian and Disney, Kate (2011) A small charge for a big result: The case of M&S shows that choice can encourage positive environmental behaviour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Leaton, James (2012) The London Stock Exchange has become a carbon haven for fossil fuels. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Lee, Neil (2011) The number of young people not in employment, education and training is rising, and the problem is getting worse, especially in the North. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Leicester, Andrew, Levell, Peter and Rasul, Imran (2012) Insights provided by behavioural economics will help inform more effective tax reform policies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Leicester, Andrew and Stoye, George (2012) The government’s pledge to raise the share of revenue from green taxes has always been problematic. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Less, Simon (2012) We need to focus on growth and being greener – not ‘green growth’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Abolishing quotas for students with high A level grades will not drive down university fees. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Budget 2011: Fiscally neutral, and some ‘radical’ planning changes, but the devil is definitely in the detail. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Budget 2011: The new flat rate pension will reduce poverty among the retired, but employers who offer good pensions may be penalised financially as a result. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Conditional discharges for looters that come forward would be a first step towards community reconciliation in the wake of the recent riots. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) David Cameron’s housing benefit proposal is nothing but a gimmick. Building more houses is a better way to cut the housing benefit bill. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) George Osborne's Comprehensive Spending Review has yielded few surprises. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Growth figures show that Britain is essentially going backwards. Bringing forward the £10,000 tax allowance is the best option to encourage growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2010) Hard choices in UK public policy – railways. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The Higher Education White Paper is a good start at introducing real competition between universities for academic places. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) History tells us that we can get out of the current economic slump if government guarantees low interest rates, rising prices, and provides a more sensible planning system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Housing is expensive in Britain. This is because we have built too few houses for the number of new households – land auctions will help give us the homes we need. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) How to cut the cost of railways and keep fares down. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) It’s official: waivers and bursaries don’t attract students. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Labour’s proposed tuition fees cap does not change the fact that most graduates will never earn enough to repay their loans. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) More than 1 in 3 Welsh graduates leave Wales to work. The importance of universities is massively increased if graduates stay in the area. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) National Insurance is complex and pointless and should be merged with income tax. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The News International phone-hacking saga threatens to retoxify the Tory brand. Cameron needs to be ruthless to save his reputation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The Office of Fair Access has failed: university fees have been allowed to rise too high and are disproportionate to graduate incomes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Only competitive tension will keep student fees down – it is time to quit the quotas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) Political pressure may encourage ‘responsible capitalism’ in the short term. But more competition and higher educational standards are needed in the long term. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Poor pupil performance is more about poverty than school quality. We must ensure our schools work for poor children in all places. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) The TaxPayers’ Alliance and Institute of Directors have just produced a new report on the British Tax System. Some parts are good, some are plain silly. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2010) Third debate – economic affairs: what our experts said. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) This was a Tory budget from a Tory Chancellor. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) Water companies should incentivise businesses to use less water and charge households that use high amounts more per unit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) We need hundreds of thousands of new homes in Britain. But in its present form, the government’s proposed new planning framework is not likely to deliver them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) We need to invest much more in our schools. A better educated Britain is better for employers and for improving social mobility. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) When planning for new housing developments, we must make sure they are built where people actually want to live. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) While Cameron’s vision is seriously constrained by the economy, his government’s advantage is that the alternative is still tainted by the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) With one in seven shops now lying empty, high street retail must go where the money is in order to survive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) With the budget on the horizon, the government should take the opportunity to create a fairer and more equal tax system for pensioners. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) Without a greater focus on education, the government’s strategy of transferring more power to cities may struggle to deliver growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) Without a rise in German wages, 2012 may see the beginning of the breakup of the Eurozone. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The government’s proposed cap on benefits is based upon a questionable grasp of how the benefits system actually works, and would exacerbate difficulties for poor, out of work families. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2012) The proposed benefit cap for those out of work means that government expects people to live on 62p per day. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The right to strike is an important one, but the public and private sectors should be treated equally: government should ensure that when unions ballot members simultaneously, ballots are counted separately by employers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Leunig, Tim (2011) The rise in global gas prices is being passed on disproportionately to the poor by utility companies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Levell, Peter (2012) Possible changes to the Retail Prices Index: what they are and why they matter. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Levitas, Ruth (2012) The government has misrepresented research findings on 'troubled families', blaming the poor, not coalition policies, for rising poverty levels. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Levitt, Ruth and Solesbury , William (2012) Policy tsars: here to stay but more transparency needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Levy , Charles (2011) Coordinated action for innovation is needed to create the networks and ecosystems required to prevent a lost decade of stagnation in both private and public spheres. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Levy , Charles (2011) Making the most of our public services will demand a new way of thinking about support for innovation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Lewis, David (2011) There is no crisis of civic participation: The Big Society risks undermining the integrity of both state and civil society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Lewis, David (2011) The voluntary sector is at the centre of the government’s Big Society plans: this may offer the possibility of better services, but not necessarily cheaper ones. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Lickorish, Derek (2012) As energy prices climb ever higher, the government needs to get serious about eradicating fuel poverty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Liddle, Roger (2011) The Brussels deal to save the Euro confounded its Anglo-Saxon doubters. The British press once again underestimated how integrated Europe really is. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Lindley, Dominic (2011) Consumers deserve a better deal from financial regulation: the Financial Services Bill provides a golden opportunity to ensure consumers receive the protection they deserve. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Lindley, Joanne and Machin, Stephen (2011) Technological changes in the workplace have seen a rise in the demand for, and the wages of, postgraduates. But this has led to widening wage inequalities between postgraduates and undergraduate-only workers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Linehan, Tim (2011) Calls to cut bureaucracy in benefit provision may actually work to prevent access to benefits for those that need them the most. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Linehan, Tim (2011) Child sexual exploitation in the UK is all too common: but notions of gangs and grooming are a distraction and hinder our efforts to combat the problem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Linehan, Tim (2011) Early childhood intervention offers value for money and can improve children’s quality of life, but government should consider how far it can intervene before it starts to interfere with individual liberty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Linehan, Tim (2011) Shifting demographics mean that the NHS must change. To cope with these new demands we must radically reassess how we design services and use technology to provide care. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Linehan, Tim (2012) When it comes to safeguarding children, there exists a confused story about what we think maturity is. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Linehan, Tim (2012) Without targeted initiatives, children face a possible future of long-term unemployment and all its accompanying ills. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Lipsey, David (2011) Nick Clegg’s proposals for reform of the House of Lords just don’t work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Livingstone, Ken (2012) Ken Livingstone: “Londoners need a city where they can make their home, feel safe and not be priced out”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Livingstone, Sonia (2012) Children and online pornography: does the evidence justify calls for more regulation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2012) Civil servants advising opposition parties: can we afford not to do this? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2011) Employer contributions have a significant impact on encouraging pension savings. Policy-makers seeking ways to increase contribution rates and take-up should focus on this lever. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2012) Society is running out of time to renew the political party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2011) The care system for older people is a mess: political scientists needs to make a larger contribution to solving the care conundrum with more focused, evidence-based research. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2012) The party that wins the next election and which gets the economy moving will be the one which can fashion certainty, peace of mind and fairness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, James (2012) The potential effect of an ‘economic war’ on the population calls for a strategic response from policy makers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Lloyd, Kate (2012) Familiarity breeds consent: getting to know my local police. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Lodge, Guy (2011) Unlike the Scots and the Welsh, Londoners seem content with limited devolution and weak mayoral powers- at least, for now. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Lodge, Guy and Kenny, Michael (2012) How to win the argument for Lords reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Lovenduski, Joni (2012) Women should not have to justify their political presence on any other basis than justice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Lucas, Lauren (2012) With rising demand for adult social care services, at a time of declining resources, identifying and disseminating best practice has never been more important. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Lupton, Ruth (2012) Not everyone is Sir Alex Ferguson: systemic constraints, not just individual leadership, are responsible for persistent differences in school standards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Lynch, Peter (2012) The middle option between full independence and the status quo could be central to the outcome of the Scottish independence referendum. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

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Mabbett, Deborah (2012) It would be careless for the government to have to re-open benefit indexation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

MacDonald, Roderick (2012) Every great university needs a legal studies programme. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

MacFarland, Caroline (2012) We need to ensure that group behaviours are taken into account across policy initiatives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

MacKerron, George and Mourato, Susana (2010) LSE’s mappiness project may help us track the national mood: but how much should we consider happiness in deciding public policy? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Machin, Stephen and Van Reenen, John (2010) LSE centre for economic performance – inequality: still high, but labour’s policies kept it down. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Machin, Stephen and Vernoit, James (2010) Academy schools under Labour combated disadvantage and increased pupil achievement: the coalition’s new policy may exacerbate existing inequalities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2012) National pay bargaining: please write to Tesco not the Times. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2011) Wage inequality and job polarization show that it is time to be pursuing redistribution from the highest-earners to those with middle and lower incomes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2011) We need to be smart about regulating the labour market: individual rights rather than collective bargaining need to be the way forward. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2011) The evidence shows that multiculturalism in the UK has succeeded in fostering a sense of belonging among minorities, but it has paid too little attention to how to sustain support among parts of the white population. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Manning, Alan (2011) The recent debate over the 50p tax rate illustrates that academic debates conducted through newspaper letters pages are rarely productive: economists have an obligation to provide serious evidence for their claims. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Mansell, Robin (2012) Communications data and civil liberties under threat. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Mansour, Jane (2012) Flexibility is central to delivering innovation but it needs to be matched by accountability. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Mansour, Jane (2013) People cycling between benefits and insecure jobs require support rather than condemnation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Marie, Oliver (2010) LSE Centre for Economic Performance: reducing crime: more police, more prisons or more pay? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Marie, Olivier (2011) The displacement of police resources during football matches can result in a rise in local crime: it is crucial for police to balance the effects of a greater presence during matches and opportunistic offenders taking advantage of under protected areas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Marmor, Theodore (2012) There will be ghastly consequences for the United States and the wider world if Congress and the President do not come to an agreement about deficit reduction. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Marmot, Michael (2012) Growing health inequalities within local authorities suggest a need for a renewed focus on addressing poverty and child development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Marsh, Alex (2012) Bristol is the only city that voted for an elected mayor: it remains to be seen how relevant the office will be. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Marsh, Alex (2012) Open public service reform should not be a cover for serving corporate interests: mutualism and its fellows could instead serve to enhance industrial democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Marsh, Michael (2011) In some elections, getting elected may be as simple as having a Brown next to a Blair on the same ballot sheet. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Martin, Ralf (2010) LSE centre for economic performance – climate change: consensus on the long run targets, but will we get policies that deliver? British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Martin, Ralf, de Preux, Laure and Wagner, Ulrich (2012) Policy-makers are often unnecessarily timid in imposing climate change regulations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Mason, Robert and Gadelrab, Sherry Sayed (2011) Trust, representation and communication are key to increasing engagement between the British Muslim community and the government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Massey, Andrew (2011) Book review: the end of the West: the once and future Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Mazzoni, Erminia (2012) The European Citizens’ Initiative is a significant move towards greater "participatory democracy" – but there is still room for it to be improved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

McCandless, Julie (2012) Transgender parenting and the law: we must be creative with legislation to cater for parents who do not fit neatly with the traditional family model. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

McClymont, Gregg (2010) In Post Office privatization, fair regulatory rules can protect service levels and stop the excesses of previous privatizations. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

McEnhill, Libby (2012) David Cameron and welfare: a change of rhetoric should not be mistaken for a change of ideology. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

McGettigan, Andrew (2011) The transformation of university financing will not serve the public interest and will encourage financial takeover by for-profit companies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

McGuire, Alistair and Cooper, Zack (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: health – higher spending has improved quality, but productivity must increase. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

McIlveen, Robert (2010) The current Boundary Review does not go far enough in improving the process for defining Westminster constituencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

McKearney, Miranda (2012) The services provided by public libraries are irreplaceable, but the network needs to be modernised. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

McLean, Iain (2011) The Salisbury convention that avoided complete Lords reforms for the last century is dead, but achieving any mandate for change that peers must accept remains very difficult. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

McMunn, Anne (2011) The best outcome for children in their early years is to have two working parents. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

McNally, Sandra (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: evaluating education policies: the evidence from economic research. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

McNally, Sandra (2012) The growing proportion of non-native English speakers in the classroom is not damaging for the educational outcomes of native English speakers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

McNally, Sandra, McGuigan, Martin and Wyness, Gill (2012) There are large gaps in the knowledge about the costs and benefits of higher education amongst students. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

McNally, Tom (2011) Transparency is the foundation of accountability. The government is committed to Freedom of Information and to opening up public authorities to greater scrutiny to allow the public to hold them to account. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Mcdonagh, Luke T. (2012) The government’s copyright policy causes both frustration and excitement in the music industry. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Mead, David (2011) Dropping the case against the Fortnum protesters is not as interesting as their charges of aggravated trespass. This is yet another threat to the freedom to protest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Mead, David (2011) Swingeing public sector cuts are likely to generate an autumn and winter of discontent. We need a new public debate on the role of the police and legitimate forms of political protest and direct action. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Meah, Nafees (2012) Addressing the challenge of climate change must be done discursively through argument, debate and academic evidence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Meckled-Garcia, Saladin (2011) The Conservatives cannot ‘wriggle’ their way out of the European Convention on Human Rights, even by introducing a British Bill of Rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Medina, Juanjo (2011) UK gang policy needs to avoid heavy handed suppression tactics. It should focus on preventing violence, tackling societal inequalities and offering exit opportunities to gang members through job creation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Melissaris, Emmanuel (2010) The Big Society is an illiberal concept that promotes subjective moral beliefs and threatens to entrench private interests in public life. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Melissaris, Emmanuel (2012) How may race have been implicated in the Rochdale "grooming case"? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Melissaris, Emmanuel (2011) We should be cautious about televising trials as they would do little to bolster public faith in the judicial system and provide for open justice: alternative solutions should be sought. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Meng, Bingchun (2012) Book review: political economies of the media: the transformation of the global media, by Dwayne Winseck and Dal Yong Jin. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Menon, Anand (2011) Anglo-French defence cooperation is a useful supplement for broader multilateral European schemes, but is not a replacement for them: to exert real influence over international security affairs Europeans must act collectively. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Michaillat, Pascal (2012) Jobs in a recession: now would be a good time for the government to conduct infrastructure projects but a bad time to cut unemployment benefits. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Micner, Tamara (2012) Book review: a critical woman: Barbara Wootton, social science and public policy in the twentieth century by Ann Oakley. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Milas, Costas (2013) The biggest threat to Britain’s credit rating is a possible exit from the EU. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Millo, Yuval (2012) Dangerous connections: hedge fund managers’ over-reliance on trusted networks expose them to financial risk. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Mills, James (2012) Personal anxieties and political agendas are in the way of an objective debate on drugs policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Mirow, Thomas (2012) By building up the private sector and free market economies, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development will help to foster democracy in the Arab Spring countries. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (20 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Mitchell, Paul (2010) How will Northern Ireland vote in 2010? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Mitchell, Paul (2010) Why ‘hung’ parliaments and coalitions are normal in western Europe. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Modood, Tariq (2011) Multiculturalism should be about bringing communities and individuals into relations of respect. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Mog, Ashley (2011) Book review: the life and times of Stella Browne: feminist and free spirit. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Mog, Ashley (2011) Book review: the politics of Twitter and how ‘going viral’ can spell the end for any politician. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Mog, Ashley (2011) Book review: the straight state: sexuality and citizenship in twentieth-century America. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Moise, Alison (2011) Book review: rankings and the reshaping of higher education: the battle for excellence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Moise, Andreea (2012) Book review: disabled people and housing: choices, opportunities and barriers, by Laura Hemingway. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Moise, Andreea (2011) Book review: making sense of media and politics: five principles in political communication. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Mollett, Amy (2011) Book review: the net delusion: how the internet causes problems for democracy and why we should all be cybersceptics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Mollett, Amy (2011) David Cameron may finally have found community spirit amongst the riot clean up, but recent events spell the end for his Big Society fantasy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Mollett, Amy (2010) Spending cuts and single parents: how vulnerable families stand to lose the most under the coalition’s public service cuts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Montgomery, Lucy (2012) A revolutionary new approach to making humanities and social sciences books free. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Moore, Alex (2011) Book review: why Britain must fight for a fairer society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, Danielle (2011) Book review: humanitarian intervention and the UN. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, Danielle (2011) The spectacular fall from grace of Ireland’s Fianna Fail should serve as a warning to the UK and other governments across Europe who are treating the financial crisis with ill-tasting austerity measures. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, Danielle, Mollett, Amy and Gilson, Christopher (2011) What further options might work in boosting the police capacity to handle urban disorders and riot emergencies? The pros and cons of a bigger police reserve, curfews, and army deployments. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, Dominic (2011) Book review: climate policy after Copenhagen. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, James (2011) Book review: campaign communication and political marketing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Moran, James (2011) Book review: how to change the world: tales of Marx and Marxism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Morgan, Warren, Massie, Alex, Ali, Rushanara , Montgomerie, Tim and De Santos, Robbie (2013) Easy councils, green shoots and radical budgets: top 5 blogs you might have missed this week. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2013) Blog Entry.

Morris, Graham (2013) Accountability and transparency demand that Freedom of Information requirements should be an essential corollary of receiving public funding, throughout the whole of the NHS. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Morris, Marley (2012) European leaders must be wary of rising Eurosceptic populism from both the right and the left. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (26 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Mortimore, Roger (2010) Tactical voting can still occur under the alternative vote, and it may lead to unexpected outcomes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Mrva-Montoya, Agata (2012) E-presses punch well above their weight: they are the future of scholarly monograph publishing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Mulgan, Geoff (2010) In improving public services and social innovation, the design world has vital insights to offer: but designers must go beyond evangelism to show greater rigour about methods and limits. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Mulheirn, Ian (2011) George Osborne’s council tax freeze is playing games with spending, and will damage growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Mulheirn, Ian (2012) Osborne should make cuts from low-growth areas, and recycle the money into high-impact spending to boost the economy while sticking to the deficit reduction plan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Mulheirn, Ian (2011) The government’s plan of credit easing to small businesses shows they acknowledge that we need to grow our way out of debt, not just get a grip on spending. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Mullis, Alastair and Scott, Andrew (2012) Missing the wood (with no excuses): the Defamation Bill 2012. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Munce, Peter (2012) Cameron’s approach to a British bill of rights lacks solutions and is essentially unconservative in nature. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Munce, Peter (2012) Conservatives in coalition government series: concluding remarks. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Munro, Eileen (2011) Child protection must focus on the child, not on rules and targets. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo (2012) The European Union Act is a good example of a bad law. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Murkens, Jo Eric Khushal (2011) An independent Scotland would need to apply for EU membership and would be compelled to adopt the euro. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Murphy, Anthony (2011) Book review: policing at the top: the roles, values and attitudes of Chief Police Officers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Murphy, Richard (2012) Plans to drop the 50p tax rate are unjustified and unnecessary. The government should focus on job creation to help stimulate demand. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Murphy, Tony (2012) Book review: a manifesto for the public university by John Holmwood. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Murray, Rainbow (2012) François Hollande is by no means certain to win the French Presidential election. He may yet fall foul of France’s well-known ‘Frontrunner Syndrome’, as Sarkozy’s fightback begins. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (14 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Mytton, Oliver and Rayner, Mike (2012) A tax on sugary drinks would not be a panacea but it would be a sensible step in the right direction for public health. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

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Naci, Huseyin and Cylus, Jonathan (2012) Why a stricter regulation of drugs could foster (not deter) pharmaceutical innovation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Nafpliotis, Alexandros (2010) Britain and Greece: 40 years ago. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Nathan, Max (2013) Going green in East London: from tech city to smart city? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Nathan, Max (2012) London businesses benefit from the city’s ‘diversity bonus’ – so current immigration policies are unhelpful. There should be a greater focus on workers’ welfare. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Nathan, Max (2011) Outer London is ‘not proven’ – either as an economic space or a state of mind. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Nathan, Max (2011) Tall buildings have productivity benefits for workers and prestige for firms. No wonder firms are willing to pay a premium to work in them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Naylor, Chris (2012) Mental health could be the key to improving NHS productivity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Nerlich, Brigitte (2012) Between knotweed and the deep blue sky: exploring the debate about the value of science. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Neumayer, Eric (2013) There is a complex relationship between legalised prostitution and human trafficking. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2012) Cameron’s crime speech was a delicate balancing act of burnishing the Prime Minister’s credibility and keeping as many key constituencies as possible onside whilst doing so. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2013) Combining journalism with academia: how to read a riot. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2011) Cuts to police numbers, proposals for directly elected Commissioners, and the wooing of US ‘supercop’ Bill Bratton are all evidence of a new and much more adversarial relationship between the Conservatives and the police. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2012) Despite the problems that have beset the elections for Police and Crime Commissioners we must still take them seriously. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2012) Elected Police and Crime Commissioners: some caution is certainly required. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2012) The London Mayoral election shows how politicians talk about crime-related issues and provides clues as to what we can expect from Police and Crime Commissioners. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2011) There is a pressing need for credible research into the causes and the consequences of the recent riots. A new joint study between the LSE and the Guardian aims to address this. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2013) This is not quite the death knell for the probation service, but it is certainly the most radical change it has ever seen. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2011) The long standing tension between police and politicians needs to be dealt with now. We cannot keep politics out of the police, and we should not seek to. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Newburn, Tim (2011) The phone hacking scandal shows that our system of police governance is in urgent need of root and branch review. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Newis, Phillippa (2012) Pressure is mounting on single parents to find work and move off benefits - but the government’s reforms will do very little to help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Nečas , Petr (2012) Europe’s prosperity is not to be built via political declarations and never-ending summits: promoting free, fair and open international trade and removing the remaining barriers to an effective single market in Europe are key for future growth. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (01 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Niepmann, Friederike and Schmidt-Eisenlohr, Tim (2011) For governments intervening to bail out banks, finding the right balance between efficiency gains, the preservation of national sovereignty, and optimal international cooperation remains a challenging task. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Noble-Rogers, James (2011) Universities play a key role in training and attracting and retaining the best teachers. This cannot be replaced by direct training in schools. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Norris, Emma (2012) Policy gold or wooden spoon? Is there a case for putting government targets into law? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Norris, Pippa (2010) Lack of women at Westminster. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Norris, Pippa (2010) Why the Cameron-Clegg coalition will be a shock to both Tory and Liberal Democrat voters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Norton, Philip (2011) Social democracy is not the ideology we need in an economic downturn: even if the Left can sell social democracy to the UK electorate, it will have a hard time selling it to global markets. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

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O'Brien, Dave (2011) Book review: good and plenty: the creative success of American arts funding. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2012) Book review: parliamentary socialisation: learning the ropes or determining behaviour? by Michael Rush and Philip Giddings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2011) Book review: working for policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2012) Derry’s year as UK City of Culture holds great promise but its success should not be measured in narrow economic ways. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2011) The arts and cultural sector faces ‘apocalyptic’ cuts in austere Britain. But new ways of looking at economic value can help to make the case for culture. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Dave (2012) The technical language of economics has become more prevalent in justifying political decision-making. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Brien, Paul (2012) Local authorities should be at the forefront of going green. This will see economic returns as well as environmental benefits. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Donnell, Gus (2012) Ten Commandments of good policy making: a retrospective by Sir Gus O’Donnell. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 May 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Donnell, Mike (2012) Implementing the equality agenda: the scale of the practical problems involved and the power of the opposition should not be underestimated. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

O'Donnell, Mike (2012) Institutional democracy will strengthen our society, engaging citizenry and distributing power equitably. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Olad, Awale (2011) Business leaders and politicians must promote a positive narrative of immigration if migrants are to play a role in re-building the UK economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Adam (2011) How far did the UK government over-respond to the 2009 threat of swine flu? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Adam (2011) It’s time to change the default for organ donation – people should have to opt out. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Adam (2011) New policy experiments using nudges have the potential to make a significant contribution to energy conservation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Adam (2011) Nudge, behavioural economics and public policy: a new theme for British Politics and Policy at LSE. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Adam (2011) Public and private decision makers should place due attention to the likelihood that high risk high reward options will fail. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Adam (2011) The evidence shows that nudge effects disappear when incentives are short term; ‘deposit contracts’ may provide the answer to changing people’s behaviour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Dawn (2011) An independent Scrutiny Commission could take over the constitutionally valuable roles that the House of Lords presently performs, and at lower cost – whether we move to create an elected second chamber; or reform the unacceptable features of the current House of Lords; or just scrap a second chamber altogether. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Oliver, Tim (2011) Social democracy is the right path for the Labour Party, although Liberals should see fit to critique it: a return of ideology to political debates will make Liberal politics worth fighting for. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Ouazad , Amine and Page, Lionel (2012) Pupils’ progress: how children’s perceptions influence their efforts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) Budget 2011: Enterprise zones: right diagnosis, wrong treatment? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) Cities have largely rejected elected mayors: the focus should now be on further city deals. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) Critics of the planning reforms are wrong to suggest the availability of sites with planning permissions means supply is no longer the major issue in the medium to long term. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) Ed Miliband’s plans to reward ‘good firms’ sounds good in theory but will be very difficult to implement in practice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) Government proposals that local councils can retain business rates will give incentives for growth, but with some funding inequalities across councils. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) Investing in the UK’s most successful cities is the surest recipe for national growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: urban renewal and regional growth: muddled objectives and mixed progress. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) London’s employment mix and the bank bailouts have helped it avoid the worst of the recession, but things do not look so rosy for the capital’s poor. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) Mary Portas’s review of the decline of the high street is set to reignite the debate on government intervention to prevent the spread of ‘clone towns’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) NHS competition: bad science or bad blogging? British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) The National Trust’s report on land-use planning systems is two steps in the right direction, one step backwards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) Nick Clegg’s speech on ‘Plan A plus’ shows that the government’s fiscal position is increasingly limiting its options to stimulate the economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) Separating out whether individual or community factors drive rioting is difficult. We should be very wary about believing anyone who claims to know otherwise. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) Should we build on the greenbelt? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) The chronic under-supply of housing in Britain may lead to rising rents and house prices. The government’s planning reforms may go some way to encouraging more development, but stronger incentives are needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) The government’s growth review shows the need for serious debate on planning reforms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2011) The government’s new draft national planning policy framework focuses the planning system on redevelopment too greatly rather than on new development. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. (2012) The impact of government grants: employment up, productivity down. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Overman, Henry G. and Gibbons, Stephen (2011) In unequal Britain who you are is much more important than where you live in determining earnings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

O’Donnell, Mike (2012) An extension of democratic principles to our economic and social institutions would go a long way to reducing inequality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

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Pack, Mark (2012) Even if the Liberal Democrats vote to oust the Conservatives before 2015 a new general election is still unlikely. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) Even if the Liberal Democrats vote to oust the Conservatives before 2015 a new general election is still unlikely. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) Political campaigning is being shaped by the unseen technologies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) Political scientists are limited by their reliance on existing data sets, and there is not enough emphasis on creating new data. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) There will be no general election in 2014. Cameron can’t risk giving Miliband the gravitas boost of being Prime Minister and throwing his own party into turmoil. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Pack, Mark (2012) The compromiser’s dilemma: House of Lords reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: British National Party: contemporary perspectives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: Chavs: the demonization of the working class. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: Foucault on politics, security and war. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: explaining Cameron’s coalition: how it came about: an analysis of the 2010 British General Election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: outside in by Peter Hain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: political discourse and national identity in Scotland. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: the filter bubble: what the internet is hiding from you. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Packman, Carl (2011) Book review: the purple book: a progressive future for labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Paddick, Brian (2012) Brian Paddick: “We need a serious Mayor to tackle the serious problems we face”. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Page, Anne (2010) Spare the axe hanging over Regional Development Agencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Page, Edward C. (2010) Converting the Queen’s Speech promises into legislation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Page, Tim (2012) The UK needs to develop an industrial policy as visionary and compelling as the German one. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Panagiotopoulos, Panos (2012) Twitter has been important for emergency management in the UK local government, especially during the 2011 riots. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Parker, Imogen (2013) Baby steps won’t solve childcare crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Parkinson, John (2012) Private providers of public services should be subject to the same accountability requirements as public sector providers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Parry, Katy and Richardson, Kay (2011) Nick Clegg’s rise and fall as a celebrity politician highlights the Deputy Prime Minister as a victim of the increasing personification of British politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2012) Book review: Blair’s just war: Iraq and the illusion of morality, by Peter Lee. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: British foreign policy: the new Labour years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: Ed: the Milibands and the making of a Labour leader. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: Osama Bin Laden. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: The Black Banners: inside the hunt for Al-Qaeda. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: University Challenge: the fight for HE in a profit-focused climate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: a long goodbye: the Soviet withdrawal from Afghanistan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: from crisis to coalition: the Conservative party, 1997-2010. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: new British fascism: rise of the British National Party. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: political communication in Britain: the leader debates, the campaign and the media in the 2010 general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: pushing the reset button on Russia. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: terrorism, elections and democracy: political campaigns in the United States, Great Britain and Russia. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2012) Book review: the Labour party and the world: Labour’s foreign policy since 1951. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the development of British defence policy: Blair, Brown and beyond. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the force of obedience: the political economy of repression in Tunisia. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the legacy of the crash: how the financial crisis changed America and Britain. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the performance of politics: Obama’s victory and the struggle for democratic power. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the struggle for Egypt: from Nasser to Tahrir Square. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the transformation of Europe’s armed forces: from the Rhine to Afghanistan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Book review: the unfinished global revolution: the limits of nations and the pursuit of a new politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Budget 2011: As defence spending falls, British influence may be on the wane. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) Cameron and Hague are wrong – drones and ‘cyber-warfare’ will not replace conventional forces. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) E-book review: the labour tradition and the politics of paradox: the Oxford-London seminars 2010-11. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) With markets often outperforming more traditional forecasting approaches, bookmakers could be useful to policy makers in predicting global trends and events. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) The changes to the NHS reforms are cosmetic: the essential elements have been preserved. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) The government should resist calls for further press regulation in the wake of the phone hacking scandal. Further regulation would seriously hamper independent journalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Partridge, Matthew (2011) The government’s plans to change the voter registration system will do little to prevent electoral fraud. They may even mean that fewer people vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Pastorella, Guilia (2012) Despite its costs and limited effectiveness, the European Neighbourhood Policy’s symbolic commitment to engage beyond the EU may mean that it is doomed to survive. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (16 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Patel, Kalim (2012) Book review: the tyranny of choice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Patz, Ronny (2012) Blogs on European affairs are written by insiders. There is a need for these EU specialists and academics to bring their debates to the digital public. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Pearce, Nick (2011) The decline of the Conservative party in Scotland has more do to with its own failings than the rise of the SNP. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Pearce, Nick (2011) The government is against debt, but spending cuts and tax increases will mean squeezed households will have to take on more in the coming years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Pearce, Oliver (2011) The UK could have led the way on rights for domestic workers: instead it has refused to sign a new international convention that promotes fair pay, health and safety, and labour rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Peckett, Nicola (2011) The Leveson inquiry should encourage more sensitive media coverage of suicides to help prevent copycat deaths. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Peel, Elizabeth (2012) Access to marriage for same sex couples would constitute positive social change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Pepper, Alexander (2011) The Hutton review is unlikely to solve the “wicked” problem of executive pay in the public sector. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Perry, Claire (2012) The density and scale of London mean that its healthcare challenges are unique within the UK. Good data and public information are key to managing change and improving services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Perry, Georgina (2013) The relationship between sex workers and outreach services in London has been gravely damaged by the Olympics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Perryman, Mark (2012) Manifesto for a better Olympics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Pessoa, João Paulo and Van Reenen, John (2012) Who ate all the economic pie? Exploring the myth and reality of decoupling wage growth and productivity growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Petersen, Arthur (2012) Being an expert in the age of uncertainty: climate scientists should not be afraid of expressing assessments of both best and worse case climate change risks. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Petrongolo, Barbara (2011) At a time of persistent unemployment, Nobel Laureate Chris Pissarides’s search theory offers significant lessons for policy makers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Petrongolo, Barbara and Van Reenen, John (2011) The level of youth unemployment is at a record high. Policy makers should focus on strengthening and refining welfare-to-work and education-to-work programmes and forget about caps on immigration or reductions in the minimum wage which would do nothing to help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Philip, George (2012) The political cost to any British government of giving way on the Falklands would be prohibitively high and there is no strong need to pay it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Pickard, Linda (2012) Helping carers to stay in employment would save the Exchequer over a billion pounds a year. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Pilkington, Hilary (2012) When is a kettle not a kettle? When it is on slow boil…. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Pissarides, Christopher (2012) Autumn Statement 2012: there are bigger challenges awaiting George Osborne. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Pissarides, Christopher (2011) Europe is losing out in both employment and productivity by not making it easier to set up and operate business services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Plunkett, James (2011) If the Chancellor is to avoid hailing a false dawn when growth does return, he needs to get beyond talk of ‘recovery’ in the abstract and look at the conditions that helped raise living standards during previous decades of growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Plunkett, James (2011) There is a growing need for a policy response to the ‘new inflation’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Pollock, Allyson, Macfarlane, Alison and Greener, Ian (2012) Bad science concerning NHS competition is being used to support the controversial Health and Social Care Bill. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Porter, Aaron (2010) Students demand a ‘right to recall’ for MPs who broke their campaign promises on tuition fees. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Portes, Jonathan and Van Reenen, John (2012) The UK should have waited to enforce austerity. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Postel-Vinay, Natacha (2011) Book review: bankers, blogs and bailouts. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Postel-Vinay, Natacha (2011) Book review: citizens, context and choice: how context shapes citizens’ electoral choices. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2012) Early action to prevent social problems can offer a triple dividend of stronger communities, reduced costs and greater growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2012) A lot more remains to be done beyond the initial olympic investment to create sustainable communities in East London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2012) The olympic investment in east London has barely scratched the surface of the area’s needs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne (2012) The state has a key role in providing the framework for action and policies to ensure fairness on behalf of all its citizens. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne and Lane, Laura (2011) Hungry and homeless in the ‘big society’: a climate of cuts to services for the homeless puts soup kitchens and welfare provision at risk. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Power, Anne, Travers, Tony and Burdett, Ricky (2012) The London Olympics catalysed the 'Great Leap Eastwards' but will its proposed legacy actually deliver? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Priestley, Julian (2012) Labour market reform is the new euphemism for systematic job precarity. We need a new platform for European Socialists to fight the new dogma of austerity. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (29 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Priestley , Julian (2012) European questions have intruded into the French election campaign, signalling that the next European Parliamentary elections may be the first truly European ones. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (22 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Prins, Gwyn (2011) New conflicts across the Middle East mean that defence strategy making is more important than ever: history shows that we cannot afford to think of defence in solely monetary terms. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Prins, Gwyn and Blackham, Jeremy (2010) Britain’s trade depends on the sea. In the coming public expenditure cuts we cannot afford to ‘sign off’ from maritime security and naval defence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Pryce, Vicky (2012) 5 minutes with Vicky Pryce: “Greece is very much like a Soviet-style economy”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (28 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

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Quah, Danny (2012) George Osborne should change course on the economy and loosen the austerity programme. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Quah, Danny (2011) Our exports now go mostly to slow-growing countries. We must reboot the UK economy to focus on emerging economies, now the world’s engine of growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Quah, Danny (2012) UK austerity and growth: winter is coming. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Quiggin, John (2010) Time to bury the zombie economics that led us into the crisis and produce more realistic, socially useful ideas. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

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Raines, Thomas (2012) Euroscepticism is most common in Wales, the Midlands and among the over-60s.The wording of any potential referendum question will be crucial. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul (2010) The UK cannot afford to accept the proliferation of unpaid internships that cripple social mobility, entrench inequality and jeopardise our economic future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul (2010) The introduction of a living wage for London is needed to prevent hard working families from slipping into poverty and to address the growing inequalities that are damaging our society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul and Cox, Chris (2010) Redesigning procurement in the public sector will be a vital part of meeting budget reductions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul and Tinkler, Jane (2011) New ‘big society’ providers could deliver better local services, but there are grave concerns surrounding funding, accountability and citizen redress. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Rainford, Paul and Tinkler, Jane (2011) Think before you nudge: the benefits and pitfalls of behavioural public policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Rallings, Colin and Thrasher, Michael (2010) Suppose UK voters accept the Alternative Vote in the May referendum… but then don’t use AV to signal multiple party preferences? British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Ralph, Jason (2011) The Awlaki killing and Nashiri’s prosecution should give the British government cause for concern on the direction of Obama’s war on terror. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Ralph, Jason (2011) Some lessons are being learnt from British policy in Iraq for Libya. But only in how to leave UN resolutions sufficiently ambiguous. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Ramo, Suvi (2012) Greater action must be taken in combating the sexual objectification of women in the print media. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Ramos, Catherine (2012) Removing Congolese asylum seekers from the UK to face torture is not the mark of a ‘decent country’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Ranger, Nicola (2012) Hurricane Sandy must remind us that tomorrow’s risk is today’s problem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Read, Colin (2010) Book review: the rise and fall of an economic empire, with lessons for aspiring economies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Reading , Brian (2012) Blunt axe, blind axeman: the failure of Osborne’s deficit reduction plan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2012) Cameron and welfare: questioning the liberal Conservatism project. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2012) The Conservative 301 group of modernising MPs could create a powerful counterweight to the traditionalists in the 1922 Committee. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2011) The EU Referendum rebellion has left David Cameron with little room to manoeuvre and is picking apart his liberal conservative project. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2011) Labour’s best chance for re-election lies in expressing support for an active state with social democratic values and avoiding the ideological vacuum of the Blue Labour movement and the Purple Book. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete (2012) The riots 1 year on: the actions of rioters are not to be defended but serious questions should be asked regarding the finger-pointing that followed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete and Beech, Matt (2011) David Cameron’s pragmatic ‘liberal interventionism’ approach to foreign policy differs from that of his Conservative predecessors. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Redford, Pete and Hickson, Kevin (2012) Traditional values, not New Labour policy, will win Labour the next election. It’s time to go back to our social democratic principles. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Reding, Viviane (2012) Five minutes with Viviane Reding, Vice-President of the European Commission: “A single set of data-protection rules across Europe will give citizens additional confidence to go online, and save businesses 23 billion Euros in ten years”. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (02 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Reece, Helen (2010) A complete ban on convicted sex offenders ever looking after children is unfair and unnecessary: it may also leave the government open to legal challenges. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Reed, Howard (2012) The impact of austerity on vulnerable families should be an area of major concern for the government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Reeves, Madeleine (2010) Why the UK should care about what is happening in Kyrgyzstan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Reilly, Paul (2011) Social media didn’t start the fire: proposals for the temporary shutdown of social media during riots are unlikely to prevent further unrest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Reilly, Paul (2011) The internet never forgets: government measures to protect privacy are unlikely to succeed in the social media age. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Reiner, Robert (2012) We must acknowledge the limits of policing and punishment in the absence of social justice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Reiner, Robert (2010) Who put politics into the police? British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Renwick, Alan (2012) Electing the House of Lords: the STV voting system fits the required criteria very well. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Restorick, Trewin (2012) The Green Deal is an ambitious policy. But it may fail to deliver on its promise and could damage recent gains in household energy efficiency. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Richardson, David and Diamond, Patrick (2013) Real reform would necessitate a willingness to reappraise core tenets of the Westminster model. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Richter, Barbara (2011) Book review: beyond mechanical markets: asset price swings, risk, and the role of the state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Richter, Barbara (2011) Book review: greening aid?: understanding the environmental impact of development assistance. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Richter, Barbara (2011) Book review: how social movements are turning the world green. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Richter, Barbara (2011) Book review: networked: a contemporary history of news in transition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Richter, Barbara (2010) Book review: the end of modernity: what the financial and environmental crisis in really telling us. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Richter, Barbara (2011) Book review: wasters: the people who squander your taxes on white-elephant projects… and how they get away with it. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Rickard, Stephanie (2012) British public opinion favours bailouts for countries that have strong economic ties to the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Rickard, Stephanie (2010) Democracies with proportional voting systems are ‘good citizens’ in global institutions. So will changing its electoral rules make Britain behave better in international forums? British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Riddell, Peter (2012) Improving government accountability— an urgent search without easy solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Riddell, Peter (2012) The West Coast Main Line mess is symptomatic of much wider questions affecting the whole of Whitehall. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Roach, Morgan (2010) Why Fox stands ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with the USA in Afghanistan. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Robbins, Chris (2011) Local partnerships are effective in preventing the spread of gangs and gang violence: the government can’t afford not to invest in them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Roberts-Hughes, Rebecca (2012) Government policy alone is not enough to deliver good homes. We need a detailed public inquiry into how people live and what homes we need now and in the future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Roberts-Hughes, Rebecca (2012) What people want and need from their homes must be considered in the design of modern housing. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Robinson, Mary (2011) Time is ticking on climate change: we urgently need a new, legally binding agreement with concrete measures to reduce greenhouse gases. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Rodrik, Dani (2010) In (some) economists’ topsy turvy world, cutting firing costs will decrease unemployment – except it won’t. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Rogers, Martin (2012) All parties stand for ‘fairness’, but what voters perceive to be ‘fair’ is up for grabs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Rowlingson, Karen (2011) Both inequality and poverty cause health and social problems – they are forces that need to be tackled together. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Ruddy, Christopher (2012) Why Mitt Romney lost – as seen by US conservatives. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Rudolf, Philippine (2011) Book review: had your 5-a-day?: putting ‘globesity’ and its economic consequences on the policy map. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Rudolf, Philippine (2010) Book review: honeybee democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Rudolf, Philippine (2010) Book review: rough guide to the energy crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Ruhs, Martin (2010) Will the migration cap fit? British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Rutter, Jill (2012) Establishing effective relations between government and its arm’s length bodies requires that they learn to live together. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Rutter, Jill (2012) Undoing GOD’s work? gains made by women at the top of whitehall may prove short-lived. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Rutter, Jill and Marshall, Edward (2012) From Scottish devolution to the smoking ban and the national minimum wage, academic research has influenced successful policy across government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Rutter, Jill and Marshall, Edward (2012) From Scottish devolution to the smoking ban and the national minimum wage, academic research has influenced successful policy across government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

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Saffin, Kate (2012) Book review: borderless economics: Chinese sea turtles, Indian fridges and the new fruits of global capitalism by Robert Guest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Saffin, Kate (2011) Book review: free will. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Saffin, Kate (2012) Book review: media and terrorism: global perspectives, edited by Des Freedman and Daya Kishan Thussa. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Saffin, Kate (2011) Book review: the globalization paradox: why global markets, states, and democracy can’t coexist. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Saffin, Kate (2012) Book review: the liberty of servants: Berlusconi’s Italy by Maurizio Viroli. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2012) Book review: British social attitudes 28: 2011-2012 edition, Alison Park et al. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2011) Book review: New Labour and the new world order: Britain’s role in the war on terror. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2012) Book review: a transatlantic history of the social sciences: robber barons, the Third Reich and the invention of empirical social research, by Christian Fleck. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2011) Book review: the Scottish National Party: transition to power by James Mitchell, Lynn Bennie and Rob Johns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2011) Book review: why some politicians are more dangerous than others. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2011) Book review: work, worklessness and the political economy of health. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2011) Book review: “there is no alternative”: why Margaret Thatcher matters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Sage, Daniel (2011) The Darwin economy: liberty, competition and the common good. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Saggar, Shamit (2012) Populist and extremist grievance politics: some reflections on policy responses. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Salveson, Paul (2012) Regional government in the North could provide an answer to the ever widening social and economic divide in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Sandström, Linnéa (2012) Addressing women’s issues and devising helpful policy solutions requires that women are not seen as separate from the rest of society. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Sarb, Cristina (2011) The move to individual electoral registration offers an unparalleled opportunity to take into account disabled people’s access needs and remove some of the systemic barriers they face in casting a vote. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Savage, Lee (2011) 5 million workers in the UK still earn less than the Living Wage. Now, more than ever, we need to find ways to help those at the bottom work their way up the earnings ladder. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Scanlon, Kathleen (2011) International comparisons can provide useful pointers towards a sustainable private rented sector in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Scanlon, Kathleen (2011) Non-EU migrants compete mostly with each other for housing: their impact on house prices is minimal. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Schleicher, David (2010) Without electoral reform, the current system gives Britain the worst of all worlds: US-style primaries in the main parties could be the answer. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Scott, Andrew (2011) The perceived breakdown in the legal regime of privacy protection can be addressed by certain amendments to the Human Rights Act. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Scott, Andrew and Mullis, Alastair (2012) A new style public interest defence in libel law ensures that rights and interests of claimants, defendants and the wider public are properly protected. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Sculley, Roger (2012) A yes vote in the Scottish referendum would start a serious debate about independence for Wales. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Seal, Lizzie (2011) Historical views on the abolition of the death penalty can help to put the latest Sun campaign in context. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Seims, Sara (2012) Three simple rules for successful development aid investments in family planning. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Sen, Hopi (2012) It’s all coming up roses for Ed Miliband. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Sennett, Richard (2012) The Occupy movements have dramatised questions about public space: who owns it? And who can use it? British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Sennett, Richard, Pissarides, Christopher, Power, Anne, Ker-Lindsay, James, Ashton, Matthew and Fuller, Steve (2012) Top experts offer their reactions to the US election results. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Seymour, Richard (2010) Book review: an introduction to animals and political theory. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Seymour, Richard (2011) Book review: controversies in drugs policy and practice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Sharman, Amelia (2012) We need to provide the space for constructive debates on climate change. Ignoring climate scepticism won’t make it go away. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Shaxson, Nicholas (2012) The corporation tax is under attack. It must be defended. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Sheikh, Faiz (2011) Book review: the Ayatollahs’ democracy: an Iranian challenge. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Sheikh, Faiz (2011) Book review: the idea of world government: from ancient times to the twenty-first century. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Sheikh, Sanah (2011) The impact of hate crime against disabled people is far reaching: police responses need to be more consistent. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Shin, Hyun Bang (2012) Looking back and ahead: lessons from the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Shorthouse, Ryan (2012) Formal childcare is the key to improving education standards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Shumylo-Tapiola, Olga (2012) In their row over gas prices, Russia has no reason to make concessions to Ukraine. There is little to suggest that an end to the conflict is in sight. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (24 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Sieberg, Daniel (2012) Starting a ‘digital diet’ in the New Year can help lose the weight you can’t see. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Silver, Dan (2012) The opposition between ‘open public services’ and the ‘big state’ is a misleading one. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Sims, Sam (2011) Electing mayors for more English cities would increase local democratic accountability and widen political participation. But the government must grant them real power and freedom. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Sircar, Indraneel and Saraswati, Jyoti (2012) The Brown identity?: the waning relevance of the term 'British Asian' in London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Sissons, Andrew (2011) The current jobs crisis is the result of a lack of business confidence and a shortage of consumers with money to spend: the government needs to create a long-term framework to drive innovation and raise productivity across the economy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Sissons, Andrew (2012) The fiscal rollover: how long can we postpone the return to growth? British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Skidelsky, Robert (2012) We must rethink our attitudes towards consumption, work, leisure, and the distribution of income. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Smith, Anthony (2011) Investing in a new High Speed line will provide a once in a generation chance to improve rail services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Smith, Colin (2013) ‘Digital by Default’ will be a complex and costly transition but the initial infrastructure is now in place. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Smith, Martin (2012) The role of special advisers should be clarified and there must be more transparency about their work. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Smith, Sarah (2011) Not-for-profit organizations work well in caring services. But expectations of their playing an increased role in Big Society changes may not be well-founded. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Smith, Tony (2012) The Water White Paper is a positive vision for the future of the industry but questions remain on the issues of competition and affordability. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Smithers, Mark (2012) Universities and social media: academics need to be bold in our use of social media and not outsource digital dissemination to widget gurus. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Sommer, Peter (2011) Book review: cyber criminals on trial. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Sommer, Peter (2011) Senior politicians are beginning to see the importance of cyberspace governance, but current international treaties need updating. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Springford, John (2011) Vince Cable is right to tackle executive pay, but to do so, he has to build a coalition from within the financial sector to encourage more spartan pay awards. This won’t be easy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Spruce, Emma (2012) Book review: Tory pride and prejudice: the Conservative Party and homosexual law reform, by Michael McManus. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Spurrell, Dean (2012) Social media is an opportunity for local government communications. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Stanley, Liam (2012) Dead, non-dead, or walking dead?: the global financial crisis and neo-liberalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Steedman, Hilary (2011) The ‘NEET’ category emphasises participation regardless of its content or value: focusing on progression and achievement can help set clearer goals for school leavers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Steedman, Hilary (2010) To avoid creating a ‘lost generation’, with perhaps a fifth of all 18 year olds unemployed and outside training, a new push on apprenticeships would help. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Steinberg, Tom (2012) Governments don’t have websites – they are websites. Their continued legitimacy will depend on improving online digital services. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Stephens, Mark (2011) Our property tax system is in dire need of reform: we need radical solutions such as automatic Council Tax revaluation or a national property tax based on property values. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Stephens, Mark (2011) The current volatility in house prices hurts the whole economy – we need solutions that will provide stability and affordability for home owners. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Stewart, Neil (2011) Book review: constructions of neoliberal reason. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Stirbu, Diana Silvia (2012) Westminster can learn a lot about gender equality by looking at Welsh and Scottish levels of political representation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Stoddart, Brian (2012) Countries want to take economic advantage of the new student mobility, but must also play to home political constituencies over issues of local interest and electoral politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Stoker, Gerry (2011) In the UK and across Europe, citizens are becoming more pessimistic about politics. But we can start to use social networks to drive political understanding and engagement, and to re-energize citizenship. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Stone, Emma (2011) The Dilnot Commission’s proposals will help prevent people with modest assets from losing most of their life’s savings to pay for care. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Sturgis, Patrick, Brunton-Smith , Ian, Kuha, Jouni and Jackson, Jonathan (2013) Residents of more ethnically diverse neighbourhoods actually reported higher levels of social cohesion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Nov 2013) Blog Entry.

Subrahmanyam, Gita (2010) The first minister is forced out of the Cameron-Clegg team – does it fit recent trends in ministerial resignations? British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Suss, Joel (2012) Book review: media and social justice by Sue Curry Jansen, Jefferson Pooley, and Lora Taub-Pervizpour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Suss, Joel (2011) Book review: politicians and rhetoric: the persuasive power of metaphor. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Suss, Joel (2012) Book review: the political marketing game. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

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Talbot, Colin (2011) ‘GOD’s’ coming replacement with a civil service ‘Trinity’ is a further sign that policy making is becoming even more divorced from its implementation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Talbot, Colin (2013) It’s not just the economy, stupid – the UK is undergoing multiple, overlapping, institutional crises. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Tambini, Damian (2011) The Communication Review will not result in a definite plan of action, but it provides a good opportunity for the government to build a solid base for considered and informed policies on regulation, infrastructure and plurality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Tambini, Damian (2011) Government inquiries into phone hacking and the media’s role must ensure a wide debate and lead to genuine reforms. The public must have fast, free and fair access to redress in cases of press intrusion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Tambini, Damian (2011) The phone-hacking scandals indicate that industry self regulation has failed to safeguard standards and accountability in the news media. A Media Commission is needed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2011) In order to reform public services for the better, we must first tackle an outdated employment culture that is bad for both taxpayers and workers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2012) Police force mergers are unnecessary and miss the point; the best policing is local. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2011) Poorly targeted short term initiatives to revive the UK’s flagging growth rates are likely to make things worse: consistency in economic policy is key in delivering long-term growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2013) Sweden has reformed its welfare state to deliver both efficiency and equity – the UK should learn from its example. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Tanner, Will (2012) The concept of Open Public Services is being restricted by a focus on mutuals at the expense of large providers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2012) Blog Entry.

Tannner, Will (2012) If the government wants to introduce a real revolution in law and order, it should devolve powers and budgets for all criminal justice and emergency services to PCCs. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Tatlow, Pam (2012) Government, universities and student unions should work together to support and extend opportunities for mature students. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Tatlow, Pam (2012) It’s about time we challenged the views of those who wrongly claim that only a handful of universities deliver social mobility. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Taylor, Nick (2011) Book review: casino capitalism: how the financial crisis came about and what needs to be done now. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Taylor, Nick (2011) Book review: the new capitalist manifesto: building a disruptively better business. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Taylor Woods, Eric (2012) What the olympics didn’t say about Britain’s place in the world. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Taylor-Robinson, David (2011) Bigger cuts to local authority budgets in the most deprived areas are likely to widen health inequalities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Taylor-Smith, Ella (2012) eParticipation needs to be carefully integrated into the complex world of existing participation processes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Thane, Pat (2012) 70 is the new 60: We need to stop characterising the growth of older people in the UK in alarmist ways. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

The Extremis Project, UK (2012) A survey of public attitudes towards the English Defence League (EDL) reveals that there is some sympathy for the movement’s values, although these supporters are very much in a minority. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Thomas, Amy (2011) Book review: living in the endless city. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Thomas, Sandy (2011) Global co-ordinated action is needed to ensure that the UK’s food future is sustainable. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Thorlby, Ruth (2012) Genuine local autonomy for the NHS has often been promised, but rarely delivered. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Thorpe, Caroline (2012) The government’s proposals for ‘parental leave’ face stiff opposition but, in spite of their problems, represent a valuable start to a longer process of reform. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Threlfall, Monica (2011) The Alternative Vote is not the answer to the problems of our current electoral system: it is confusing, does not increase proportionality and promotes centrist politics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Tiffin, Richard and Salois, Matthew (2011) A fat tax is a double whammy for the poor – it will do little to prevent obesity in those on lower incomes, and will hurt them financially. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Timms, Dave (2012) The government needs to go beyond the Green Deal if it is genuinely committed to making households more energy efficient. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2010) Benefit fraud is already low: to save real money the government should concentrate on the errors. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2011) Book review: the Ombudsman enterprise and administrative justice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2010) Cuts to front line policing may lead to a poorer service, but will citizens be able to navigate the convoluted police complaints systems to do anything about it? British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) Getting Whitehall to incorporate new IT developments in public services remains an uphill struggle: the government now lags ten years behind the private sector in its use of social media and lack of feedback to users. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jan 2012) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) Localism may actually reduce citizen voice because information on citizen redress is either not collected or ignored. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2012) The REF doesn’t capture what government wants from academics or how academic impact on policymaking takes place. British Politics and Policy at LSE (31 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2011) Slashing the welfare budget versus “we are all in this together”: the cumulative effect of cuts is more serious than has yet been admitted. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2011) Ten years after tax, social security departments in the USA and elsewhere are moving cautiously online. The UK is pioneering ‘digital by default’ services and the advent of a universal credit at DWP could be an opportunity for breakthrough progress. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane (2010) UK government on the internet is still costly and of ‘variable to poor’ quality. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Tinkler, Jane and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) How radical is “radical efficiency”?: can it still be useful in a time of cuts? British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Toeller, Annette Elisabeth (2012) Claims that 80% of laws adopted in the EU Member States originate in Brussels actually tell us very little about the impact of EU policy-making. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Tomlinson, Michael (2012) Transition to peace leaves children of the Northern Irish Troubles more vulnerable to suicide. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Tonge, Jon (2012) Book review: a history of the Northern Ireland Labour Party: democratic socialism and sectarianism by Aaron Edwards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Tonge, Jon and McAuley, James (2011) Although political progress has been made in Northern Ireland, the polarisation of the communities still firmly exists. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Tonkiss, Katherine and Dommett, Katharine (2013) The bonfires of quangos has thus far only smouldered. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Towers, Ed (2010) Secrets of the surge: tracking the Clegg phenomenon. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Towers, Ed and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) The last time an election was this close…. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2011) 99 per cent of London is not burning. We should not over-react to the weekend’s riots. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2010) Cameron’s shoving back of the state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2012) London’s choice of mayor will give a tantalising hint of which party will be favourites to win the next general election. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2010) Now more than ever, London needs devolved control of its own public spending resources. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2011) The localism plans of Compassionate Conservatives, Red Tories and Blue Labour will struggle to succeed so long as Whitehall powers remain in the hands of Ministers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2012) The olympics have been a resounding success. But with a continuing gloomy economic outlook the glow will fade quickly. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony (2010) The ‘phoney war’ period of the ‘age of austerity’ is over: welcome to a new and nasty normal. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

Travers, Tony, Dunleavy, Patrick, Gilson, Christopher and Carrera, Leandro N. (2010) The LSE’s simple guide to voting systems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Trewhitt, Kimberley (2012) Without further reform efforts to bring the public finances under control in this Parliament will be undone. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Trotter, Robert (2012) The already disadvantaged and little understood BME disabled community will suffer greatly under austerity measures. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

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Uberoi, Varun and Modood, Tariq (2012) The opposition between ‘Britishness’ and multiculturalism is more complex than it seems. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Usherwood, Simon (2013) As much as Cameron has been pushed by his backbenchers on Europe, his instincts as a politician have prevailed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

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Vaganay, Arnaud (2012) Book review: creating the market university: how academic science became an economic engine by Elizabeth Popp Berman. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Vaganay, Arnaud (2011) Book review: exceptional people: how migration shaped our world and will define our future. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Vaganay, Arnaud (2011) Book review: poor economics: a radical rethinking of the way to fight global poverty. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Vaganay, Arnaud (2011) Book review: the tyranny of utility: behavioral social science and the rise of paternalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna and Van Reenen, John (2011) Slow growth does not have to be our ‘new normal’. Government needs to change the way it looks at the growth problem in the long term. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Valero, Anna, Van Reenen, John and Corry, Dan (2011) The UK’s sustained growth between 1997 and 2008 was fuelled by the importance of skills and new technology: rather than just austerity, the government should focus on building human capital and innovation to support long-term growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2010) The 2010 Comprehensive Spending Review: the economics of the cuts agenda are neither justified nor just. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2010) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2012) Budget 2012: ideology 1, evidence 0. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2012) Don’t take a trip on this double dip. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2010) Extreme austerity is the wrong medicine. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2011) From ‘Plan B’ to ‘Plan V’: what the UK economy needs to reboot and rebalance growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2010) Hard Choices – chancellors debate: 'a few blows, but no knockout'. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2012) Inequality: the elephant in the room in US policy debates. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2012) It is time to move away from policy witchcraft and into an era where evidence is taken seriously. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2012) Two cheers for Anglo-Saxon financial markets? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2012) The lesson from yesterday’s election is to ignore pontificating from highly paid pundits. Put your faith in the numbers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John (2011) The success of the R&D tax credit shows that there can be a role for public policy in stimulating innovation and growth. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John and Bagaria, Nitika (2012) Fiscal consolidation during a depression: the current economic pain could not have been avoided but could have been substantially reduced. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John, Bloom, Nick, Baker, Scott and Davis, Stephen (2012) High policy uncertainty, the responsibility of which rests with both major political parties, has been undermining the US economic recovery. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Van Reenen, John and Petrongolo, Barbara (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: jobs and youth unemployment: it’s bad, but not as bad as you might think. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Vasilopoulou, Sofia and Halikiopoulou, Daphne (2012) As long as cartelisation, patronage, and corruption dominate Greek politics, economic reforms will be doomed to failure. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (07 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Veale, Sarah (2011) As public sector cuts take effect, the gendered impact of the coalition’s deficit reduction strategy will become clear: as workers, as benefit claimants and as service users, women will be hit the hardest. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Veale, Sarah (2011) The government’s plans for employment law reform are a gift to bad employers and another smack in the face for employees. British Politics and Policy at LSE (07 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Vibert, Frank (2011) The challenge for those who wish to codify the UK’s constitution is to make it relevant to voters who may have more pressing concerns. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Vickerman, Roger (2012) ‘Boris Island’ or an expanded Heathrow?: making sense of UK airport policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Viitanen, Jenni (2011) Budget 2011: New Enterprise Zones have potential, but without more widespread economic growth they may be dead in the water. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Viitanen, Jenni (2011) The North is poorer and contributes far less to the national GDP than the South East, but compared to the national pay gap, it is fairer up North. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Vlandas, Tim (2011) Dissecting the unions: the differences between unions and Labour’s ‘third way’ agenda are not as great as they might seem. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Volintiru, Clara (2010) Book review: crisis and recovery: ethics, economics and justice. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Volintiru, Clara (2011) Book review: platform or personality?: the role of party leaders in elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Volintiru, Clara (2011) Book review: states and social movements. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jun 2011) Blog Entry.

Volintiru, Clara (2011) Book review: time to talk about terrorism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Voth, Hans-Joachim and Ponticelli, Jacopo (2011) According to new research, once governments try to impose cuts above 2 per cent of GDP, a major surge in social instability can be expected. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

van der Linden, Sander (2011) Book review: nudge, nudge, think, think: experimenting with ways to change civic behaviour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

van der Linden, Sander (2011) Nudge is no magic fix. The potential consequences of behavioural interventions need to be weighed carefully based on an understanding of underlying behavioural processes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

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Wacker, Gudrun (2012) Five minutes with Gudrun Wacker: ‘The Chinese political elite perceive the EU as a successful example of regional integration that has created stability and peace in Europe’. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog (19 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Wade, Robert and Vestergaard, Jakob (2012) The G20 has served its purpose and should be replaced with a Global Economic Council on a firmer constitutional foundation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Wadi, Ramona (2011) Book review: dignity in adversity: human rights in troubled times. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Wadi, Ramona (2011) Book review: twilight of impunity: the war crimes trial of Slobodan Milosevic. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Wadsworth, Jonathan (2010) LSE centre for economic performance: immigration and the UK labour market. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Waldfogel, Joel (2010) Santa’s best friends: Donner, Blitzen, and new technology. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Walker, David (2010) The coalition government’s Localism Bill is inconsistent and restrictive for local government: ministers are actually legislating for a confusing mix of new central controls and only minor local ‘freedoms’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Dec 2010) Blog Entry.

Walker, David and Toynbee, Polly (2010) Did Labour fundamentally change Britain in its thirteen years of power? Hardly at all. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Wapshott, Nicholas (2012) The clash between Keynes and Hayek defined modern economics. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2012) The BBC is sacrificing objectivity for impartiality in its coverage of climate change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2012) Critics of the Stern Review present both a case of bad economics and fundamentally flawed science. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2012) The Government’s financial support for fossil fuel companies is being overlooked. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob (2012) The United States needs to do more to reduce emissions and be a true leader in international climate policy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Ward, Bob, Gough, Ian, Less, Simon, Gross, Robert, Timms, Dave, Calel, Raphael and Dechezlepretre, Antoine (2012) Debating environmental policy. British politics and policy at LSE ecollections, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Ward, Robert E. T. (2012) Recycling the myth that global warming ‘stopped in the mid-1990s’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Ward, Robert E. T. (2012) Self-regulation is not working to keep British media factual about climate change. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Wardle, Thomas (2012) The Child Poverty Act unfortunately relies on meeting financial targets rather than tackling root causes. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2012) Blog Entry.

Wastell, David (2011) Public managers need to see their primary task as systems design and abandon magical thinking about technology. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Watson, Amy (2010) Book review: Hegel’s philosophy and feminist thought: beyond Antigone? British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Watson, Amy (2011) Book review: moving beyond ‘pale, male and stale’ in UK politics: the case for feminist institutionalism. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Watson, Amy (2011) Book review: untying the knot: marriage, the state and the case for their divorce. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Watson, Amy (2011) The government’s economic policy ignores the gendered effects of its ‘competitive’ growth strategy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Webb, Kate (2012) CPI or 1 per cent rises: the real story is the missing link to rents. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Wehner, Joachim (2010) Britain’s supersized cabinets are too expensive. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Wehner, Joachim (2011) Budgeting in the UK is highly transparent: but that does not mean that budget decisions are carefully scrutinized, nor that the right policy judgements are made. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Wehner, Joachim (2010) Hard choices in UK public policy – what to cut, not when. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Wehner, Joachim (2010) Will a hung parliament endanger fiscal consolidation? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2010) Blog Entry.

Weinhardt, Felix (2012) Turning the clocks back and forth: a better understanding of how time shifts affect our energy consumption could have profound policy implications. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Richard (2012) Policy needs to ensure that children from poorer backgrounds are not left behind academically. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Wellings, Richard (2013) Removing rail subsidies could end up benefiting passengers. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Jan 2013) Blog Entry.

Wells, Anthony (2010) How much of a change would the alternative vote really be? British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Aug 2010) Blog Entry.

Wells, Anthony (2011) Polling indicates support for curfews, water cannons, plastic bullets, and bringing in the army to deal with rioters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Wheeler, Mark (2012) The democratic worth of celebrity politics is dependent on whether or not there is ideological substance behind the politician. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

White, Andy (2010) Tactical voting isn’t a practical strategy in alternative vote elections. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Sep 2010) Blog Entry.

White, Anne (2010) What can we learn from Canada’s recent experience with hung parliaments? British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

White, Anne (2011) The coalition government is facing criticism for its failure to keep the transparency agenda moving forward, but lessons can be learned by looking to Canada. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

White, Anne and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) Hasty changes to the machinery of government can disrupt departments for up to two years. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 May 2010) Blog Entry.

White, Anne and Dunleavy, Patrick (2010) What will change in Whitehall’s organization this time? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

White, Jerry (2011) The history of riots in London shows that persistent inequality and injustice is always likely to breed periodic violent uprisings. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Whitehead, Christine M E (2011) The Government’s Housing Strategy is a step in the right direction, but the goal of constructing enough homes for the projected increase in households is slipping out of our grasp. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Nov 2011) Blog Entry.

Whitehead, Christine M E (2011) Reviving the Right to Buy has garnered criticism, as it did in 1979, but 2 million households benefitted then and many will likely benefit now. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Whitehead, Christine M. E. (2012) Land use planning should be more responsive to demand but how this could be achieved is still up for debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Whitehead, Christine M. E. and Travers, Tony (2011) The government needs to invest in affordable housing in London. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Whiting, Matthew (2010) Book review: the end of the party: the rise and fall of New Labour. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. (2011) Facebook’s ‘dirty tricks’ campaign against Google will have unexpected consequences in relation to the way that personal data is used and abused. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) Identity cards, identity databases, biometric passports and compulsion: some clarifications. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) Labour’s policy on identity cards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) Opposition policies on identity cards. British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Whitley, Edgar A. and Hosein, Gus (2010) The politics of the identity documents bill. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Wildbore, Helen and Klug, Francesca (2011) Replacing the Human Rights Act with a weaker British Bill of Rights would send a sign to the international community that we are no longer serious about human rights. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilkinson, Katy (2011) The best policy-making often comes out of crises, when different disciplines must work together to find solutions. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Dec 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Just 224 large donations from fewer than 60 sources accounted for two fifths of the donation income of the top three parties across a decade of British politics. This is far too narrow a base for the health of UK democracy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Reduce and equalise?: why electoral geography matters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Jul 2010) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) Uninventing the ‘hung Parliament’. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2010) What about the voters? British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) The coalition’s resurrection of Labour’s stalled constitutional reform agenda will do little to address widening social, economic, and political inequalities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2011) The rejection of AV is the fifth occasion in the last 100 years that a proposal to replace FPTP has failed. This history of failure to secure electoral reform hinges on the ever-changing political calculus between Labour and the Liberal Democrats. British Politics and Policy at LSE (10 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart (2012) The widespread rejection of elected city mayors is a spanner in the works for the government’s localism agenda. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Wilks-Heeg, Stuart and Crone, Stephen (2010) Party funding reforms are overdue in the UK, but they should not be rushed. British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Nov 2010) Blog Entry.

Willcocks, Leslie P. (2011) Austerity will lead to further government outsourcing, but key lessons need to be learnt to avoid the mistakes of the past. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 May 2011) Blog Entry.

Williams, Ben (2012) We do not know if voluntarist and localised bodies can realistically compete with the financial might of multi-national private firms and existing public agencies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (20 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

Williams, Jeremy and Widdows, Heather (2012) Is using abortion to select the sex of children ever permissible? British Politics and Policy at LSE (26 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Williams, John (2012) 'The truth' of the Hillsborough disaster is only 23 years late. British Politics and Policy at LSE (17 Sep 2012) Blog Entry.

Williams, Mark (2012) British wage inequality: what occupation you have has never mattered so much. British Politics and Policy at LSE (29 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Williamson, Andy (2011) The gender imbalance online seems to be the result of wider political exclusion, not digital exclusion. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Willoughby, Syerramia (2011) Book review: Britain and Africa under Blair: in pursuit of the good state. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Aug 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Joan (2011) As tackling civil unrest remains pertinent to the Coalition’s political agenda, new research provides insights into the success of Labour’s social exclusion programme on disadvantaged families. British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Joan (2012) Book review: a chance to make history: what works and what doesn’t in providing an excellent education for all, by Wendy Kopp. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Joan (2011) Book review: the economics of enough: how to run the economy as if the future matters. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Joan (2011) By scrapping the Education Maintenance Allowance the Coalition government risks losing their opportunity to target entrenched problems of social mobility and educational disadvantage among pupils from deprived backgrounds in England. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 Feb 2011) Blog Entry.

Wilson, Tom (2012) The UK must increase the quality and quantity of workplace training as part of the strategy to move out of recession. British Politics and Policy at LSE (21 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Wood, Matt (2012) An insider view on the relevance of political scientists to government. British Politics and Policy at LSE (02 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) The Liberal Democrat eruption is not finished yet. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2011) Worcester's Blog – boring election: a myth? British Politics and Policy at LSE (15 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog – Tories hold a steady lead, but 'magic 40%' is still beyond them. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog – polls apart? no, they are not! British Politics and Policy at LSE (06 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog – polls hopelessly out of date: a myth? British Politics and Policy at LSE (09 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester's blog: after the debate. British Politics and Policy at LSE (18 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester’s blog – not pathy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 Apr 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester’s blog: tactical voting. British Politics and Policy at LSE (05 May 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert (2010) Worcester’s blog: voters swing behind the coalition. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Worcester, Robert and Herve, Jayme (2010) Was it the Sun (and the Times) wot (nearly) won it? British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Jun 2010) Blog Entry.

Worthy, Ben (2011) Despite the uphill battle in extending Freedom of Information to companies doing public work, the open data movement is already beginning to hold many of them to account. British Politics and Policy at LSE (19 Oct 2011) Blog Entry.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2012) The UK is well ahead of the US and the EU in its use of fiscal rules. British Politics and Policy at LSE (11 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2012) The UK needs monetary policy to be as expansionary as possible and this isn’t going to happen under the current system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Dec 2012) Blog Entry.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2012) The argument about debt being a burden on future generations represents simple hypocrisy. British Politics and Policy at LSE (24 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2012) The strange case of the disappearing productive capacity in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (28 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Wren-Lewis, Simon (2012) The work of John Maynard Keynes shows us that counter-cyclical fiscal policy and an easing of austerity may offer a way out of Eurozone crisis. British Politics and Policy at LSE (25 Aug 2012) Blog Entry.

Wright, Jonathan (2011) Public sector cuts have the potential to exacerbate growing geographical and generational divides in the UK. British Politics and Policy at LSE (03 Mar 2011) Blog Entry.

Wright, Joss (2012) The government’s proposal for data communications surveillance will be invasive and costly with minimal effectiveness. British Politics and Policy at LSE (08 May 2012) Blog Entry.

Wyness, Gill (2011) Research suggests that higher education finance has had a limited role to play in participation. But given the substantial increase in tuition fees from 2012 this may not continue to be the case. British Politics and Policy at LSE (13 Jul 2011) Blog Entry.

Wyness, Gill (2011) The government’s plans to place a levy on early student loan repayments will change little and add an unnecessary layer of complexity to the system. British Politics and Policy at LSE (12 Sep 2011) Blog Entry.

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Yasin, Sara (2011) Book review: aggression, America and Al-Qaeda: framing the war on terror. British Politics and Policy at LSE (30 Jan 2011) Blog Entry.

Yasin, Sara (2011) Special book review: theories of international politics and zombies. British Politics and Policy at LSE (01 Apr 2011) Blog Entry.

Yip, Paul (2012) City success from London to Hong Kong depends not only on financial prowess, but also on the well-being and mental health of residents. British Politics and Policy at LSE (04 Apr 2012) Blog Entry.

Yiu, Chris (2012) Opening up public data should be an urgent priority for the government and could lead to considerable economic benefits. British Politics and Policy at LSE (16 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

Yueh, Linda Y. (2012) This was a budget for business that seems to have worked at least to boost market confidence. British Politics and Policy at LSE (22 Mar 2012) Blog Entry.

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Zenghelis, Dimitri (2012) Restoring growth and confidence through resource-efficient innovation. British Politics and Policy at LSE (27 Jun 2012) Blog Entry.

Zimdars, Anna (2012) Alan Milburn's report represents an opportunity for the university sector to rethink and re-imagine the mission of public universities. British Politics and Policy at LSE (23 Oct 2012) Blog Entry.

Zimdars, Anna (2012) The government’s Higher Education reforms are moving England further towards a US model of higher education. British Politics and Policy at LSE (14 Nov 2012) Blog Entry.

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